Something We Encourage

Today, we’re changing things up a bit here. I’d like to tell you more about AquaGrowGreens the company, ask you a few questions… and encourage you to do something.

In short, we’re a very new company. We are extremely fortunate to have some very talented, dedicated people working very, very hard to bring microgreens and sprout growers to homes and offices near you. More than that, we’re trying to bring a new awareness of health, and how important eating certain foods can be to staying healthy for a long, long time.

Our goals are good, I think, and so are our methods. Charity and community education are a huge part of what we do, and will be an ever-increasing one as we grow. That’s because we’re in business for much than profit alone; we’re also here to try to make our corner of the world better.

Danny, the founder, inspecting a community farm that produces organic vegetables and seeds.

We want people to be healthier, to eat better. We want them to live lifestyles that include enough exercise and continual personal growth and education. We want to plant trees, and help clean, preserve and repair local and larger ecosystems.

I’m not saying we’re saints or anything. Hey, we still want to generate as much revenue as possible then expand into a multinational firm. But we plan to do something with the capital. We plan to allocate resources to help the people around us — and our planet, this gorgeous, fertile, amazing home we all inhabit.

These reasons are why the founder, Danny, started AquaGrowGreens™ in the first place.

Yeah! Doing that too!

So, now that you understand a bit more about us, I want to ask you a few easy questions.

Do these reasons seem important? Do you think your health is important? Do you think the food you eat is important to your health? What about exercise — is that important? Education — important or not? Helping preserve, protect and repair our Earth’s beautiful jungles, mountains and beaches (and helping clean up the cities) — important or not?

I hope you answered ‘important’ to all those questions. I truly do. But as long as you answered yes to at least one of them, welcome! We’re AquaGrowGreens, and it’s a pleasure to meet you.

The hard part is out of the way (for you; now we’re coming to a part that is actually a bit harder for me.) This is the part where I encourage you to do a few things to help us out.

First off, I’m not asking for you to just throw money at us for nothing; we’re not a charity, though we do good works. Oh, no. I do want you to buy and try our products — I mean, we’re in business! I want to encourage you to do a few other things too. Tell your family about where these strange little new veggies come from. Tell your husband or wife. Tell your friends and coworkers about us.

Generally, in fact, get involved in the conversation we’re trying to have here about these things. It can’t happen without you — yes, you reading this right now. You matter, and so does your opinion.

So, tell us! Do you like our personal hydroponic kits, love them, find them a disappointment? Do you like microgreens, love them, hate them? We’d really like to know what you think about what we’re doing, from top to bottom.

Got a great new recipe? Or cooking idea? Got a new use for our products we didn’t mention? Got something you want us to make or do? Let us know.

At AquaGrowGreens, we’re trying to do business in a new way, and we need you. So let’s get this conversation started, shall we?

Those ladies loved the products and ate a nice handful. Vitamins for the day :)