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Red Sun Farms also shining in Virginia

November 21, 2014  By Dave Harrison

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe was among officials taking part in the ceremonies.

Nov. 21, 2014, Dublin, Virginia – Red Sun Farms welcomed over 225 guests here at the official opening of first phase of its newest state of the art greenhouse.

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe joined company officials and local business leaders at the reception.

It was an event that embraced the beauty of the greenhouse with bubbly champagne in the glass atrium then a gastronomic adventure all made from Red Sun Farms’ greenhouse grown vegetables.


Attendees feasted on delicacies such as; shallot red pepper tarte tatins, BLT scallops, grilled shrimp with tomato Brava sauce, fried green tomato BLT’s and an heirloom tomato carving station complete with a variety of cheeses and finishing salts from around the globe.

“It was wonderful to share this proud moment with the community of Dublin and the New River Valley, our retail partners and state officials” said company COO Carlos Viscont.

“Not only were we able to celebrate with our friends and partners, it was the perfect opportunity for guests to taste our produce grown in Virginia and grown in our greenhouse facilities in Canada and Mexico.”


Red Sun Farms offers consumers a 12-month supply of freshness and quality straight from the greenhouse. Red Sun Farms is first and only Canadian- and Mexican-owned greenhouse growing company in North America.

The company offers a full range of greenhouse grown vegetables grown in Canada, U.S. and Mexico.

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