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Company Overview of Hot House Growers Income Fund

Company Overview

As of October 18, 2006, Hot House Growers Income Fund was acquired by Village Farms LP, in a reverse merger transaction. Hot House Growers Income Fund operates as an unincorporated, open-ended, and limited purpose trust in Canada. The fund, through its subsidiary Hot House Growers, Inc., owns and operates greenhouses in the Fraser Valley region of British Columbia. It produces greenhouse tomatoes and sweet bell peppers. Hot House Growers Income Fund was founded in 2003 and is based in Delta, Canada.

4700 80th Street

Delta, BC V4K 3N3


Founded in 2003





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