Technology Paving the Way for the Future of Ethical Meat Production

Is it possible for technology to make meat production sustainable, healthy and ethical? Demand for meat is expected to rise in the years and decades ahead, driven by economic and population growth.

Sustainable Manufacturing: Three UK Companies Leading the Way

The nation has seen a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 1990. However, despite the Ten Point Plan, there is still a long way to go if the United Kingdom is to achieve net zero by 2050. Thankfully, companies in the manufacturing industry are combatting the climate crisis.

Soli Organic™ to Build First Soil-Based Organic Indoor Farm in Seattle Area

The Company's proprietary soil-based farming system enables it to completely eliminate climate-damaging synthetic fertilizers. New farm is the ninth of a planned 15 facilities in strategic locations across the country

Plenty Secures $400 Million Series E

The funds will support Plenty's growth strategy, including leveraging its technology platform to sell multi-crop farms directly to partners.

UK's Vertical Future harvests £21 million in Series A round

Hailed at the largest Series A round to ever reach European shores in the controlled environment agriculture space, southeast London's Vertical Future has raised £21 million in a Series A round.

Pleora's Visual Inspection System Helps Ensure Brand Quality for Dairy Distillery

Fast-growing distillery with unique spirits made from milk deploys Pleora's new Visual Inspection System to add AI-based decision-support for labelling and quality control

N.THING presents their up-to-date hybrid vertical farm at CES 2022

By saving energy, and creating a sustainable ecosystem, CUBE is elaborating a decentralized farming solution that can be set up in any city without relying on imports and logistics for easy access to a traceable food supply.

How Innovations in Agtech Can Help Reduce Food Insecurity and Avoid Potential Distribution Issues

The concept of farming may be as old as the modern human race, but new advances in agricultural tech are changing the way we approach it. How are new advances in agtech working to reduce food insecurity and avoid problems with food distribution?

Future Crops Brings Vertical Farming Closer to the Land

New agri-tech vertical farm system is reshaping agriculture to sustain the growing population with high-yield crops

Infarm raises $200m to accelerate global expansion of climate-resilient vertical farms

Since its launch, Infarm has used its modular technology to expand commercial operations to more than 50 cities across 11 countries in Europe, North America and Asia. It operates more than 17 Growing Centers and over 1,400 in-store farms for 30 of the world's t

Dream Harvest Secures $50 Million Capital Raise From Orion Energy Partners to Significantly Scale Production

Vertical Farming Trailblazer Seeks to Expand Regional Presence to Yield up to Three Million Pounds of Produce Per Year in Effort to Enhance Sustainable Farming, Curb Food Waste and Meet Mounting Consumer Demand

CANADA'S LARGEST COMMERCIAL VERTICAL FARM SETTING UP OPERATIONS IN CALGARY

The design will be expandable, allowing a future expansion to double its size and more local jobs, when needed. The Calgary farm will produce more than one million pounds of fresh, local leafy greens each year.

Startup Innovators 3Bar Biologics Inc., Paragon Pure and Great Wrap Take Top Honors at FoodBytes! Pitch 2021

Winners recognized for breakthrough solutions in regenerative agriculture, plant-based ingredients, and household product plastic reduction, during the platform's virtual pitch competition

Four Agricultural Tech Trends to Watch in 2022

Now, as we begin to see light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, expectations remain for these technological shifts to persist. Here are the most important agtech trends to watch in 2022 and beyond.

Knorr® Will Launch 50 Regenerative Agriculture Projects Across the World to Reduce Food's Impact on The Climate

Estimated to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and water use of key ingredients by approximately 30% while improving biodiversity, soil health and livelihoods

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