New agri-tech vertical farm system is reshaping agriculture to sustain the growing population with high-yield crops
Using a model that blends aspects of technology, agriculture and science, Living Greens Farms is setting a template for the future of farming. With the addition of a new grow room in 2019, Living Greens Farm raised the total space of its aeroponic farm to 60,000 square feet.
One of the most pressing issues island communities face is a lack of local food production due to space, climate, and weather restrictions. With an import food bill in the billions, Lincoln Deal was determined to bring a solution to his Bahamian community.
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
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.
The team at UP Vertical Farms has spent the last several years researching and developing the latest technology to grow crops at 350 times the yield of conventional farming
Science and technology go hand-in-hand in solving the world's problems and robotics and automation are the latest innovations set to tackle one of our biggest issues - poverty.
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
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.
Each year, a Trends Council of more than 50 Whole Foods Market team members, including local foragers, regional and global buyers, and culinary experts compile trend predictions based on decades of experience and expertise.
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
Square Roots has more than doubled production of its classic crops like basil since the beginning of the pandemic, while introducing a new range of herbs and salad mixes to meet rising demand for local food.
New York City (NYC) has seen a significant boom in companies pioneering hydroponics, aeroponics, and aquaponics. According to PitchBook Data, venture capitalists invested $1.42 billion in agriculture-related startups in NY from 2012-2020.
Perdue Farms Expands Pasture-Raised Chicken Program, Unique Raising Practice Yields Increased Nutrient Density and Regenerative Environmental Benefits
From an environmental perspective, moving the chickens to fresh pasture every day returns important benefits to the land including increasing soil organic matter, sequestering atmospheric carbon into the soil, and improving the soil's water-holding capacity.
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