Frequently Asked Questions
We are based in Mona, Utah, but have a network of greenhouses and distribution centers in Western USA, Canada, and Mexico. This ensures we can service our customers year-round with the quality products they need. For more information on our growth and development projects check out our newest press releases.
Our products can be found at retailers and club stores in western US and Canada. To find a store near you please contact us with your zip code or postal code and we will happily point you in the right direction.
Yes, we always recommend washing your produce before eating. The distribution chain touches many points from greenhouse, packhouse, cooler, trucking, distribution center and finally the store so it’s best to wash any produce, before enjoying.
It depends on the item, but most importantly, when talking tomatoes, they hate the refrigerator, it degrades their texture and flavor. STORE YOUR TOMATOES ON THE COUNTER OR IN THE PANTRY OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT. Peppers and Cucumbers can both be stored in the fridge, and any cut produce you are saving for later should be refrigerated.
Longvine’s product are all non-GMO certified by the 3rd party Non-GMO Project.
The majority of our produce is grown in a conventional, hydroponic system, however we have a number of growing partners who support our organic line which includes long English cucumbers, grape tomatoes and large tomatoes on the vine.
Our base in Mona, Utah stands at 30 acres in 2021 with growth plans increasing acreage to 60 by 2023. For more information on our growth and development projects check out our newest press releases.
Between our Utah base and our network of greenhouses and distribution centers in Western USA, Canada, and Mexico, we can service our customers year-round with the products that meet the Longvine Growing Co standards.
We grow and harvest product with care, resulting in great taste and minimal environmental impact. We focus on sustainable farming practices that focus on energy conservation, water conservation, recycling waste energy, and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Longvine and our partners grow a variety of tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers.
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