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The bean facility was built in 1991 in Americus, Georgia, by a group of open minded farmers trying to diversify their farming operations with a crop they believe the consumer would always demand. Their main objective was striving to package a quality product for the consumer.

In 1998 the bean facility was bought by Fresh Plants, Inc., which included most of the original shareholders. Since 1991 the business has been managed by

Charles E. Hart, who has been in produce management since 1982.  In 2007 an additional packing facility was purchased in Crossville, Tennessee. Green beans are grown in the Americus area each spring and fall by the owners and contract growers in the surrounding area and each summer by contract growers in Crossville and the surrounding area.

Fresh Plants' beans are packed and shipped all over the USA and Canada with over six million bushels already packed.


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