NetworkNewsBreaks – GP Solutions, Inc. (GWPD) Offers Solutions After Consumer Reports-Issued Warning Describing Leafy Greens as “Perhaps one of the Riskiest Foods”

GP Solutions (OTC: GWPD), the developer of “GrowPods” – controlled environment automated micro-farms, can offer a solution to the ongoing problem of contaminated lettuce. “We face a real dilemma with leafy greens, especially romaine lettuce,” James E. Rogers, Ph.D., director of food safety research and testing at Consumer Reports, was quoted in the update. “We can’t ignore the fact that leafy greens are potentially risky, perhaps one of the riskiest foods.” A possible solution to this problem, however, could be Controlled Environment Micro-Farms. According to iGrow News, these indoor farms are said to produce high quality food that is “better than organic,” with the article further stating that these farms feature a sealed environment that virtually eliminates contaminants, pesticides and harmful chemicals.

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About GP Solutions, Inc.

GP Solutions, Inc. is the developer of highly innovative automated micro-farms trade named “GrowPods.” GrowPods are a modular, stackable and mobile vertical growing environment specifically engineered to maximize yield and automation. Offering fully insulated, food-grade shipping container that has been specifically modified to provide the optimum controlled environment for growing a wide range of horticultural and agricultural products in all environments and climates. With the company’s combination of hydroponic and certified organic soil systems, clients can produce a significantly higher yield that grows faster, healthier and more consistent. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GrowPodSolutions.com.

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