How to Sell Your Produce and Microgreens to Top Restaurants | Episode 3 - Wilson Gibbons (Farm.One)

How to Sell Your Produce and Microgreens to Top Restaurants | Episode 3 - Wilson Gibbons (Farm.One)

VegBed

Published on Dec 27, 2018

In our 3rd episode we chat with Wilson Gibbons, sales manager at Farm.One -

One of the most unique and innovative vertical farms in the country that grows for top Michelin starred restaurants in NYC. He gives the best sales and marketing advice so you can get your foot in the door at restaurants.

Do you have or are you thinking about starting a vertical farm?

Do you want to know how to get your produce and microgreens into some of your top local restaurants? Then you need to watch this episode!

Thanks to Wilson for taking the time and sharing his knowledge and insight.

If you have further questions you can reach out to him at wilsonrgibbons@gmail.com. Also, thanks to everyone who asked questions for this interview across Facebook, Instagram and Reddit. I tried to fit as many as I could into this interview!

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