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Edible Garden Announces New Retailers Carrying Their Brand of Locally Grown Produce

Belvidere, June 30, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Terra Tech Corp (TRTC) subsidiary Edible Garden, an urban agricultural company, announced several new retail outlets throughout the Northeast for their line of living produce. The company is now shipping their Living Herbs to Tri Town Supermarkets, Key Foods, A Matter of Health Stores, Garden of Eden and C-Town Supermarkets.

“It has been a great year for us with Edible Garden,” says Derek Peterson, CEO Terra Tech Corp. “We have had great response particularly in the Northeast with our living produce. We have seen significant demand for locally grown produce from retailers throughout our market and we are thrilled to continue to sell to premier retailers like these.”

Edible Garden is actively pursuing additional retail partners to fill out their new 5-acre facility as well as the facilities of their cultivation partners in Florida and the Midwest. In addition the company has been experimenting with new produce in an effort to broaden their offerings to both current and potential retail partners.

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