1818 Farms adds a new award to its list of accolades

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Natasha McCrary of 1818 Farms earned a prestigious women-owned business award. (KC Projects)

Those of you who are familiar with 1818 Farms in Mooresville already know how special this place is as a business, and what a gem it is for North Alabama.

And folks beyond the area have started taking notice as well. Natasha McCrary, owner of 1818 Farms, was recently honored with a nationally renown business award. Here’s more info:

Women-Owned Micro-Business of the Year

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Natasha McCrary is the recipient of this year’s Globee Award. (1818 Farms via Facebook)

McCrary, recently received the prestigious Globee Award for Women-Owned Micro Business of the Year from the International Globee Awards program.

The Globee Awards for Women in Business is a prestigious program that celebrates women’s remarkable achievements and contributions in various industries globally. These awards aim to inspire and empower women by recognizing their outstanding accomplishments, promoting gender equality and diversity in the business world. 

“Receiving this international honor from the Globee Awards for Women in Business is a testament to the collective efforts of our team at 1818 Farms and the unwavering support of our community. We are driven by a passion for quality, sustainability, and promoting women in business, and are deeply honored to have been recognized for this commitment. “

Natasha McCrary, founder and owner of 1818 Farms

According to the organization, the Women-Owned Micro Business of the Year award “highlights 1818 Farms’ remarkable growth, successful product offerings, and positive impact on the local community.”

McCrary has not only developed a thriving business but has also become an inspiration to aspiring women entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Another award for 1818 Farms

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McCrary’s business also won an award this year from Good Housekeeping. (1818 Farms)

McCrary’s farm is located in historic Mooresville, and was started 2012 by McCrary and her family. With a host of farm animals and about 15,000 flowers, the farm’s business started to take off.

Since then, the farm’s bath and beauty line was established, and product offerings include their popular shea creme (which won a Good Housekeeping Award earlier this year), bath soaks, essential oil roll-ons, face serum and more. Their line is now available in 490 stores in 45 states as well as online.

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Michael Seale
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