Prêt à Pousser:

Bringing sustainable & compact indoor kitchen gardens to Dubai

The smart gardens, which come in various shapes and sizes, will be available at b8ta's exclusive French Tech Corner Dubai from October 1st to December 31st, 2021. This exclusive showcase will highlight disruptive French brands, and will be the opportunity for tech enthusiasts and newbies from all over the world to discover, test, and buy the products in the b8ta shop or through their online platform.

Grow season is in full swing for many with the luxury of outdoor space. For those who do not have grounds to cultivate crops just like the majority in Dubai, an indoor pod garden levels the playing field a bit. “If you want to have fresh and original herbs to season your dishes, bring a touch of nature to your decoration, a high-tech trend, Prêt à Pousser makes home growing accessible to all thanks to its compact and durable indoor vegetable gardens.” 

Plants sprout and grow from an all-in-one pod that you simply insert into the indoor garden and each pod will give a thriving plant. To discover a new plant, replace the old pod with a new one (the old pod can be composted as it is 100% biodegradable). Today, over 60 different plant pods are available to be grown in indoor gardens with Prêt à Pousser's patented hydroponic system that lets you grow your own sprouts with barely any upkeep. 

Mr. Romain Behaghel CEO of Prêt à Pousser says, “Our products differentiate from our competitors due to their compact, Scandinavian designs and accessibility. They are equipped with Bluetooth technology to a connected app that controls the lighting for better growth and that shares advice and recipes to cook with your aromatic plants and vegetables,” commented Romain Behaghel CEO of Prêt à Pousser.

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