Eating lots of fruits and vegetables is good for you. But you already knew that. The problem is keeping a refrigerator stocked with fresh produce can be both costly and inconvenient.
But what if you had clean, living produce — produce you grew yourself — just steps away from your kitchen? You’d probably eat more of it, right?
Spoiler alert: yep.
In fact, research has proven that people (and children, in particular) eat what they grow. Speaking of eating, you’ll likely find that your abundant Tower Garden harvests are more delicious and nutritious than grocery store produce.
Why? Well, much of what you’ll find in the produce aisle is:
- Grown commercially using herbicides and pesticides
- Harvested before reaching peak ripeness
- Shipped long distances (often from other states or countries)
And the result is weeks-old produce with diminished flavor and nutrient levels that might even contain harmful chemicals. The result, frankly, can be food that isn’t very good. (No wonder so many people think they don’t enjoy eating fruits and vegetables!)
But here’s the good news: when you grow your own, you can have produce the way nature intended — fresh, flavorful, nutritious and picked at the peak of ripeness.
And that sounds great. But many of us aren’t “green-thumbed.” Luckily, Tower Garden is…