Sized to be eaten on their own or as a shared side, two varieties, Chickpea Caesar and Sunny Bacon, launched in Illinois supermarkets earlier this year.
The council will focus on opportunities available within the growing market and will be led by volunteer leader, Abby Prior, Chief Commercial Officer at Bright Farms and IFPA staff liaison Vonnie Estes Vice President of Agfood Tech Innovation
The company will begin planting in early August, with harvesting coming near the end of September for the expanded facility.
The USDA guarantees 80% of the GCL-arranged financing for the Somerset berry facility through its USDA Rural Development Business and Industry Initiative and the USDA Rural Development program.
Edible Garden's hydro basil is now available at an additional 350 retail locations in the Northeast.
This greenhouse-grown in Lethbridge County, Alberta, is available for a limited-time in early July.
While billions of dollars have been invested in indoor farming, is there a financially-sustainable future? Investment dollars have paid for high-tech innovation, but it comes with higher upfront costs, higher unit costs, and a larger carbon footprint. So where are we now? And where are we headed?
Edible Garden AG Incorporated, locally grown, organic and sustainable produce, today provided an update the success of its Zero-Waste Inspired® ESG/Sustainability mandate.
"We are now in an excellent position to execute on our objectives for the first half of 2022," said Fernando Cornejo, Chief Financial Officer of Kalera.
Indoor farming, especially for leafy greens, is expanding rapidly in North America. Is it a threat to field-grown lettuce?