CINCINNATI, OH (March 04, 2015) – Waterfields, a social mission-driven startup that currently sells premium microgreens to dozens of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky restaurants and caterers, will see it's Micro Red Vein Sorrel
featured as the cover of Edible Ohio Valley's upcoming spring issue.
The publication also profiles the urban agriculture business in a four-page feature. Edible Ohio writer Cedric Rose explores the Waterfield's team motivations while getting up close and personal with the hydroponic operation. Readers will learn about Waterfields "bubble", their grow space that has turned the center of a factory/warehouse floor into one of nine USDA GAP certified farms in Ohio and the only in Cincinnati. Rose even tags along for Downtown Cincinnati and Over the Rhine deliveries with Orchids at Palm Court and Quan Hapa. The artistic publication will also provide a unique spread of root to leaf pictures of a few selected microgreen models.
Edible Ohio subscription holders will receive their spring issues in the coming days, with major distribution to stores coming in the next two weeks.
Waterfields is a social mission-driven startup that hydroponically grows premium microgreens and specialty produce year-round, selling locally to leading restaurants and caterers. With a growing line-up of products, Waterfields delivers powerful and unique flavors, textures and colors to plates all across the Greater Cincinnati area. Waterfields leverages local capacity to realize healthier and more prosperous neighborhoods through employment of local residents at livable wages to generate rooted wealth in struggling urban areas.
Edible Ohio Valley is a quarterly publication available around Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana. The Edible Ohio Valley publication, part of a larger network of Edible Communities publications, promotes a locavore - fresh, locally-based lifestyle. Consumers are able to pick up the latest issues at 90+ businesses in the tri-state or digitally via subscription.