VFD at Future Crops

The “AirBnB” of indoor farms: Modern fresh food distribution using indoor farm as a service

Operating a vertical farm can be particularly financially intensive. This means that little to no room for mistakes goes beyond cultivation, and that also includes hitting the market strategically. The main two questions growers oftentimes ask indeed are: what do I grow next? And where do I sell it?…

Ljusgårda and Mathem enter agreement

Sweden: Vertically cultivated salad now sold at online food platform

Ljusgårda, a Swedish vertical farming company, entered into an agreement with Mathem, an online food platform on which, from this week, Ljusgårda's salads will be sold.  As Ljusgårda grows ever larger volumes of lettuce, the possibility of broadening the company's distribution and being available in more areas…

US (NY): Food trends are driving the demand for specialty mushrooms

"We're quickly becoming the go-to brand in specialty mushrooms as many are looking for interesting varieties grown locally and in an environmentally friendly way. Others have grown mushrooms indoors for years, but the greatest thing about our controlled environment is that it allows us to be much cleaner…

FlexFarming partners with British supermarket to grow local strawberries

Somerset-based indoor vertical farm FlexFarming is redefining the future of fresh food production with its 500m2, 10-ton strawberry production facility. The facility has produced its first crop of Class 1 strawberries, with the quality being verified by a large UK supermarket. It is setting out to grow…

AeroFarms:

“We are always looking at where we can add value”

“At AeroFarms, we believe in growing the best crops possible for the betterment of humanity, whether that be producing crops for direct consumption, developing seeds and genetics or even producing resilient plant stock for indoor or outdoor agriculture. It’s all about where we can have an impact,” says…

Queensland: Drought preparedness, research, and pest control in $608 million budget

The Palaszczuk Government has delivered a $608 million investment in Queensland's agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries. Drought support and preparedness, research…

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Swegreen launches an in-store farm in Stockholm

When Stockholm's Ica Maxi store wanted to become self-sufficient in leafy greens, they chose Swegreen's in-store cultivation system. Construction is in full swing, and cultivation is expected to start in August. "We at Ica Maxi Lindhagen have high ambitions and are keen to stay at the forefront. Both in…


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