Tag: controlled environment agriculture
Revol Greens opens 20-acre Central Texas indoor farm- General News
With the addition of the Temple, TX facility, Revol Greens now reaches over 70 percent of the United States market when combined with its existing operations in Owatonna, MN, Athens, GA, and Tehachapi, CA.
AeroFarms expands nationwide availability with Amazon Fresh launch- General News
AeroFarms microgreens are now available at all Amazon Fresh stores, building on national success of industry-first Whole Foods Market partnership.
AppHarvest reports 2023 Q1, sales up 250% year-over-year- General News
For the first quarter 2023, net sales were $13.0 million versus net sales of $5.2 million in the first quarter of 2022 – a more than 250% increase and nearly 90% of the company’s net sales for full year 2022.
Kalera PLC receives notice of delisting from Nasdaq- General News
Nasdaq’s determination was based on the following: (i) Under Listing Rule 5101, the Company is a public shell and that the continued listing of its securities is no longer warranted; and (ii) the Company has not filed its Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2022 with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and NASDAQ.
Braga Fresh installs new technology to gather real-time CO2 data- General News
Leading organic grower, Braga Fresh, partnered with predictive agriculture company, Agrology, to install a regenerative agriculture technology platform to track and quantify soil carbon in real time.
Kroger to expand Gotham Greens greenhouse-grown produce to 1,000 stores- General News
By the end of 2023, Cincinnati-based Kroger plans to more than triple store availability of Gotham Greens-grown produce, and expand the company's other offerings to more than 2,000 stores.
Plenty to expand research center with $20MM grant from state of Wyoming- General News
Plenty’s new research center is projected to be a more than 60,000-square-foot facility built on 16 acres of land in the Cirrus Sky Technology park in Laramie, WY.
Kalera halts Orlando, Atlanta production to focus on profitability at other facilities- General News
The company says it has worked closely with our customers to ensure we continue with strong growth while we reposition the Orlando and Atlanta farms to better serve our customers with the right products in the future.
Agrology receives $5M in USDA climate-smart grants- General News
Agrology, a seed-stage climate technology start-up, today announced that the company is one of six partners awarded approximately $5M in funding from the USDA’s Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities initiative.
Faced with Nasdaq delisting, Kalera shareholders approve reverse stock split- General News
The reverse stock split is primarily intended to increase the Company’s per share trading price and bring the Company into compliance with the Nasdaq’s listing requirement regarding minimum share price.