GreenOnyx sets industry-quality standard for its flagship fresh-superfood Wanna Greens

CleanScan and glyphosate-residue free certifications recognize quality, transparency and environmental health.

An indoor farmhouse. Credit: Courtesy of GreenOnyx.
An indoor farmhouse. Credit: Courtesy of GreenOnyx.

GreenOnyx, the creator of eco-friendly modular farms growing fresh leafy greens, has been awarded two prestigious quality certifications by the Detox Project: CleanScan and Glyphosate Residue Free. These certifications propel GreenOnyx’s flagship fresh superfood product, Wanna Greens, as the first CleanScan-certified brand globally.

Credit: Courtesy of GreenOnyx.

The Detox Project, renowned for its scientific assessment of toxic chemicals in food and supplements globally, awarded these certifications to GreenOnyx, reinforcing its commitment to the sterile and environmentally safe production process. The certifications signify Wanna Greens is free from commonly used weedkillers such as glyphosate and over 400 other pesticides and heavy metals, all of
which pose risks to human health and the environment.

In an era where consumers increasingly demand transparency about product ingredients, navigating the market for genuinely healthy options has become progressively challenging. Dr. Tsipi Shoham, co-founder and CEO of GreenOnyx, expressed her pride in these certifications. “These certifications are a testament to our commitment to delivering unparalleled freshness, sterility, and quality on a global scale,” she said. “This achievement symbolizes trust and assurance for our consumers and expresses our core values of transparency and sustainability.”

CleanScan, the first QR code-based certification, empowers brands to offer consumers unprecedented transparency regarding potential contaminants in food, clothing and personal-care products. The CleanScan certification validates GreenOnyx’s final product as contaminant-free. Consumers can now easily access information about GreenOnyx’s products and find out what contaminants they have been tested for through the CleanScan QR code.

Henry Rowlands, founder of the Detox Project, said, “We are proud to certify GreenOnyx and Wanna Greens, as they exemplify the highest purity and environmental stewardship standards. GreenOnyx’s commitment to transparency and sustainability aligns perfectly with our mission to promote safer and healthier products for consumers worldwide.”

Credit: Courtesy of GreenOnyx.

GreenOnyx exceeds organic standards by ensuring soil health and biodiversity while offering superior taste and nutritional value. By leveraging AI technology, GreenOnyx produces higher yields and lower waste while significantly reducing water consumption compared to traditional farming methods, greenhouses, CEA and other vertical farms. This innovative, autonomous, patented modular smart system streamlines resource management, empowering GreenOnyx to enhance plant growth while significantly reducing environmental impact.

For more information about GreenOnyx, visit www.greenonyx.ag.

Media Contact, Steven Weiss, Rubenstein Public Relations, 212.805.3062, sweiss@rubensteinpr.com.

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GreenOnyx is committed to promoting healthy nutritional consumption and environmental consciousness, contributing to the future of the world's global fresh food supply. Founded in 2013 by Dr. Tsipi Shoham and Benny Shoham, Tel Aviv-based GreenOnyx is an agro-tech company at the forefront of revolutionizing how fresh food is produced, distributed, and enjoyed. Its flagship product, Wanna Greens is the world's smallest green vegetable with powerful nutrients that make it 100% safe, 100% healthy, and 100% accessible with a happy taste. Additional information about Wanna Greens can be found at  www.greenonyx.ag/wanna-greens and by email at info@greenonyx.biz.
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