Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening Ceremony Held for NLAWS Produce@Home

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Monday, April 10th, 2017

NLAWS Produce has launched a new division, NLAWS Produce@Home, that allows customers to place grocery and produce orders online to be delivered to their doorstep.

A grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the new 3,215-square-foot operation located at 701 US-80 West #51, Savannah, GA 31408. Guests were invited to tour the facility and enjoy a light lunch.

On their new online site, NLAWS Produce@Home customers may choose fruit, veggie or combo boxes or build their own. Juicing and soup boxes are available as well along with a selection of local favorites, such as Savannah Bee Company honey, Chocolat by Adam Turoni and a selection of meat from Smith Brother’s Butcher Shop.

All products can be packaged in specialty baskets for gifts. Each delivery is made in a climate-controlled truck one to two days after ordering.

“Currently, we have 1500 of products available for consumers,” said NLAWS Produce@Home manager Joseph M Rosen. “We invited our vendors to participate in the grand opening event and we had catering prepared by Bar Food.”

During the ribbon cutting, Jack Spruill, Market Director of Georgia Department of Agriculture, Bob Stafford, Director of Vidalia Onion Business Council, and Bill Sorochak, executive director of the Ronald McDonald House Charities, made remarks along with the owners.

NLAWS Produce@Home also packed produce boxes for the Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire. Guests were encouraged to bring additional wish-list items to include with this donation.