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Growing Herb Operation

Jennifer Polanz
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Someone asked me not too long ago for an update on Shenandoah Growers, an herb grower from Virginia that had been expanding into South Carolina. I’d lost track of their progress. Well, turns out they’re now Soli Organic (have been for a little while now) and they have seven growing facilities and 12 facilities overall operating across the U.S., with more planned.

Late last year, the company announced its newest location in San Antonio, Texas. It’s a vertical farm setup with six vertical layers of production in 100,000 sq. ft., as well as 40,000 sq. ft. of processing, according to a story on Yahoo News.

Soli also is expecting to open another indoor farm, a 130,000 sq. ft. controlled environment operation in Marysville, Washington, in early 2023, as well as an Anderson, South Carolina, location. According to an announcement, the goal is a total of 15 growing locations to supply the U.S. with organic herbs produced in soil. Their specialty is a selection of leafy greens, a selection of living herbs and packaged Indolce Basil, all organically grown. The company says 90% of its production will be indoors.

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