Fullei Fresh, focusing on growing bean and soy sprouts in addition to more than a dozen of varieties of green sprouts and shoots, as well as one of the largest selections of sprouts.In 1938, Manny Wong’s father began growing bean sprouts in Havana, Cuba, to serve the Cuban Chinese community. In 1978, Manny Wong started operating in Miami under the name Fully, Inc., as a bean and soy sprout grower and tofu manufacturer. Through the years, the product line grew to include soy milk, tofu pudding, and rice noodles. Currently, the business no longer manufactures those products and has since evolved into
The business is category leader with 26% market share in the United States. Yearly production is almost 3 million pounds. All are grown hydroponically indoors in a controlled, sanitary environment without the use of any pesticides, additives, or preservatives, and with a quick turnaround since sprouts are baby vegetables that need to be shipped to distributors within days of planting.
Fullei Fresh has established itself as pioneer in the sprouting industry by helping to develop procedures for food safety, while providing customers the highest quality products and great service. The goal of the business is to provide wholesome dietary alternatives which enhances the cuisine and protects against disease.
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