Franklin Farms Inc


Since 1983, Franklin Farms has been growing the freshest all natural mushrooms. Franklin Farms was the first commercial grower to introduce many of todayÂâ€Ã‹Ã…“s most popular specialty variety mushrooms to the US market. 
Franklin Farms grow a complete line of mushrooms without pesticides including Agaricus, Portabella, Shiitake, Crimini, Oyster, Enoki, Beech and Maitake. Today, Franklin Farms is the nationÂâ€Ã‹Ã…“s largest grower and harvester of certified organic mushrooms. Franklin Farms is privately-owned corporation headquartered in North Franklin, Connecticut and employs more than 600 people and is one of the largest agricultural businesses in United States.
Franklin Farms is committed to protecting the environment and uses organic and recycled materials in a controlled indoor growing and harvesting process with virtually no waste in the growing process, even the sterilized medium used to grow the mushrooms is recycled into potting soil.
Franklin Farms Inc mushrooms advantages in health resource like growing interest in preventive and alternative medicine, mushrooms are being rediscovered for their remarkable natural powers and are the perfect alternative to meat not only because of their rich and succulent taste, but also because of low calories, fat and cholesterol free, rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber, and may possess healing powers unmatched by modern science.
Franklin Farms provides resources on the reported health benefits of these mushrooms because of the tremendous number of requests for information which are received everyday. Franklin Farms are concerned with growing the highest quality Maitake mushroom and absolutely no pesticides or chemicals are used in the process. Franklin Farms do not, however, engage in the kind of research mentioned above but rather supply many of these researchers throughout the country.
Franklin Farms believes to succeed in the 21st Century by creating the healthiest and best-tasting vegetarian organic foods while promoting environmentally responsible manufacturing practices.