What goes into the box is even more crucial than the box itself for the environment. That's why Linas Matkasse has now started a new collaboration with Urban Oasis, a company that grows vegetables vertically and hydroponically in Stockholm.
The first product to be launched at Linas Matkasse is a crispy salad, which was launched yesterday.
"We need to find new ways to grow and produce food that doesn't impact the climate, and that's exactly what Urban Oasis is doing. As a sustainability company, this is a crucial issue and that's why we are so excited about this collaboration where the goal is to be able to include more of Urban Oasis' products in our bags in the future," says Anna-Lena Dahlberg, Sustainability Manager at Linas Matkasse Group, in a press release.
"To produce large amounts of food in small spaces, the food industry, like cities once did, must grow on high. Then the companies that distribute the food have to dare to change, and Lina's Food Box is an example that we hope other companies in the industry will follow," says Albert Payaro, CEO and founder of Urban Oasis.
Read the complete article (in Swedish) at www.ehandel.se.