A cow. And a half-acre patch of strawberries. This was the unlikely beginning to a berry and greenhouse operation entering its 50th year of business, now with a third generation of Heeman's at the helm and 75 employees at its seasonal peak.
Read the full story from the London Free Press's Business Monday featured article on Heeman's and Will Heeman, as he discusss the important of family values, the culture at Heeman's and our 50 year history.
New research out of Europe finds that strawberries can help protect skin from harmful UVA rays. The Toronto Sun reports and the image they decided to use is from our farm! You may recognize Lindsey, a past student in your dashing yellow Heeman shirt posing with out berries.
There's a new local garden growing in London, and it's in an unusual spot. Heeman's and the John Labatt Centre have teamed up on their first ever rooftop garden project. Executive Chef Kim Sutherland spoke with the London Free Press about the unique project.
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