Mighty Mushroom

Water Conscious

6.8 litres (1.8 gallons) to grow
0.5 kg (1 lb) of mushrooms


Other Vegetables¹ 

Meat Alternatives²

Animal Products³

Energy Efficient

Grid mix matters!
Clean grids, like Ontario’s, amp up the sustainability factor.

Small Space,
Big Yield

Mushrooms require a small amount of space to grow

1 acre = 1M lbs. of mushrooms

Low Greenhouse
Gas Emissions

A remarkably small carbon footprint – 0.5 kg of CO2 per pound (0.5 kg) of food.

on the Plate

Mushrooms are a nutrient-dense powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that play a positive role in supporting a healthy lifestyle.

The Ultimate Recyclers

Mushroom growers recycle agricultural byproducts into substrate for mushrooms to grow. After harvest, this substrate is utilized by other farmers or repurposed into potting soil.

Grown Year Round

from Coast-to-Coast

Mushrooms don’t travel far to get to your local grocery store. They are always fresh and in season.


for the Future

Mushroom growers are always innovating, looking for ways to utilize renewable energy, biogas, and composting alternatives



Choose Canadian Mushrooms!

Feeding the Future

One Sustainable Mushroom at a Time

  1. The average gallons of water used per pound of tomatoes and broccoli.
  2. The average gallons of water used per pound of tofu, lentils, nuts, and dry beans.
  3. The average gallons of water used per pound of beef, pork, chicken, and eggs.