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Pete's Living Greens Makes Hydroponically Grown "Sea Beans"

The FABI Award recognizes innovative ideas that have the potential to shift the future of food and beverages, and this year, Pete's Living Greens was recognized for its Salicornia, also known as "sea beans." Salicornia is known also by many other names and can be found growing in everything from salt marshes and beaches to mangroves in various parts of the world.

Pete's Living Greens has the potential to disrupt the world of produce with its hydroponic, greenhouse-grown sea beans, which use "up to 85% less water and 70% less land than traditional growers." The high-quality produce boasts attached roots for long-lasting freshness, as well as a crunchy texture and a salty flavor with a taste that is said to be comparable to an asparagus.