Indoor farming has been boosted throughout the pandemic

Stems and seeds: Square Roots’ hydroponic farm Greene Grape Provisions in Fort Greene is full of delicacies.
Aged cheeses, charcuterie and dark chocolates fill the shelves, but what owner Amy Bennett can’t help raving about is her gourmet shop’s basil. 

“This is basically always in my fridge,” said Bennett, who has owned the Brooklyn store for 12 years. “It is so fresh.” Most basil in U.S. grocery stores comes from Arizona and California, but the basil at Greene Grape is harvested about 2 times quicker. 

Read more at Crain's New York Business (Ryan Deffenbaugh)

 


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