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2BFresh growing facility

About

2BFresh, a subsidiary of Teshuva Agricultural Projects Ltd. (TAP), produces a wide variety of fresh microgreens and herbs for local and international markets. Originally used by professional chefs for plating, today because of their high nutritional values, they are gaining popularity with home gourmets and health conscious moms as well. Considered “functional foods,” microgreens are known to have disease-preventing and health-improving properties. 

TAP’s many years of experience developing soil-less substrate and hydroponic growing methods, coupled with cutting edge technology in fresh produce logistics, have propelled 2BFresh to become a leading player in the rapidly growing healthy food category of microgreens.

Today, 2BFresh exports over 40 different types of microgreens and fresh herbs to over 10 countries in Europe, Asia and the United States.

Growing

2BFresh advanced growing techniques, developed by TAP, follow strict sustainable growing methods. Picking and packing are carefully timed to ensure freshness for many days. Harvest protocols dictate the exact leaf and stem size, as well as the the optimal time of day for harvesting.

 

2BFresh microgreens and fresh herbs are delivered as fresh as the minute they were harvested: clean, cut and ready to use, no preparations required.

2BFresh Microleaves growing facility

Green

2BFresh microgreens and fresh herbs are grown in protected greenhouses on soil-less substrate that are free of insects and soil/sand. Cut and packaged microgreens and herbs are clean and ready to use – no time wasted on cutting and handling.

2BFresh is committed to environmental responsibility.

  • Pesticide free growing methods

  • No ground water pollution

  • Lower carbon footprint compared to living microgreens 

  • Significantly less packaging waste and more product per volume