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UAE: Vertical farm partners with chefs and restaurants

Greeneration, a vertical farm in Dubai, has secured strategic partnerships with some of the city's 'most esteemed chefs and restaurants', enhancing the fine dining experience for discerning guests who come to UAE for a gastronomic journey.

"We are thrilled to partner with top chefs and restaurants in Dubai," said Roman Ulyanov, Founder of Greeneration. "Our mission is to provide the finest locally grown ingredients, supporting sustainability and elevating the dining experience with our unique and flavourful products. Chefs choose our products because they're top quality, unique, and sustainable. Our fresh ingredients come from a local farm, making it easy for chefs to create delicious dishes with the taste of freshness."

Greeneration's ingredients include over 70 customizable varieties of microgreens, edible flowers, and specialty leaves such as Shiso, Oxalis, Watercress, and Tagetes, as well as popular microgreens like Pea Shoots, Basil, Mustard, and Arugula.

The farm is trusted by over 20 esteemed clients, including Millennium Hotel & Resorts, Salmon Guru, Orfali Bros, Bistro Aamara, Girl and the Goose, Lulu & The Beanstalk, Atrangi Restaurant, Alici Restaurant, IHG Hotels & Resorts, Four Seasons, Iris Dubai, Jun's, Marriott, Intercontinental, KRASOTA and more.

In May, Greeneration participated in ExpoCulinaire 2024 where chefs used Greeneration's ingredients to create dishes with edible flowers, such as Viola, Balsamina, Nasturtium, and Begonia. On top of that the firm partnered with the International Centre for Culinary Arts (ICCA) and hosted the workshop "Elevating Cuisine Through Edible Flowers," led by Ulyanov. The workshop featured Chef Durgesh from ICCA, who demonstrated uses of Greeneration's products, including a fresh take on the classic Murg Malai Tikka.

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