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Going organic, going green, going big –salad leaf giant McCormack’s Farm explain why they have grown organic spinach for the first time

MD Stephen Mccormack on why he monitors food trends in the US and Australia

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New venture: Stephen McCormack, managing director of McCormack’s Family Farms, with the first harvest of organic spinach on the company’s Meath holding. Photos: Fennell photography

New venture: Stephen McCormack, managing director of McCormack’s Family Farms, with the first harvest of organic spinach on the company’s Meath holding. Photos: Fennell photography

The harvested spinach is unloaded into crates

The harvested spinach is unloaded into crates

Much of the harvesting process is automated

Much of the harvesting process is automated

Stephen with Minister Damien English

Stephen with Minister Damien English

The finished product

The finished product

The spinach being harvested

The spinach being harvested

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New venture: Stephen McCormack, managing director of McCormack’s Family Farms, with the first harvest of organic spinach on the company’s Meath holding. Photos: Fennell photography

McCormack Family Farms have built on their position as the largest grower of salad leaves in Ireland by

completing their first harvest of organic spinach.


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