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Chicago Indoor Garden

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Brian Gorman
773 772-5858
4459 W. Division St
Chicago, IL 60651
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Specialties

sprouts, wheat grass

Participation

  • Outdoor market
  • Saturdays

Bio

Chicago Indoor Garden is a small family owned and operated urban farm located on the West Side of Chicago. They have worked hard to become third party audited for food safety, Certified Organic, and are also currently working on their Non-GMO Certification. They have collaborated over the years with the FDA and the Sprout Safety Alliance to help create the latest safety standards for the sprout growing industry. They grow a variety of sprouts hydroponically such as Alfalfa, Red Clover, Broccoli and Radish – as well as other products that are grown in organic soil like Wheatgrass, Sunflower Greens and Snow Pea Shoots. Because they grow indoors they are able to produce the same nutritious greens all year round. Brian, along with his kids Colleen and Brendan, wear many hats at “The Garden” all while trying to maintain a close personal relationship with their customers. They can be seen taking turns working at the Green City Market in Lincoln Park on Saturdays where they juice their fresh organic wheatgrass as well as offer a variety of their sprouts and microgreens.


Certifications

  • USDA Certified Organic

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Locations & hours
May through October (Outdoors)
Lincoln Park
N. Clark St & N. Lincoln Ave
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7am–1pm
June through October (Outdoors)
Gallagher Way
3637 N. Clark, adjacent to Wrigley Field
Thursdays, 4pm–8pm
June through October (Outdoors)
West Loop, Mary Bartelme Park
115 S. Sangamon St
Saturdays, 8am–1pm
November through April (Indoors)
Peggy Notebaert Museum
2430 N. Cannon Dr.
Saturdays, 8am–1pm

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Business office
2613 W. Lawrence Avenue

Chicago, IL 60625

(773) 880-1266

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