Currently, 80 Acres Farms operates eight farms in the U.S., built by the company's technology group, Infinite Acres. The Kentucky farm will begin operations by Q4 of 2022, and the Georgia farm will begin operations in early 2023.
Future Crops, Ltd., has taken its vertical farm a further step off the grid by shifting to reliance on 100% renewable energy.
Today, vertical farming leader Oishii announced it has opened its largest and most technologically advanced farm yet to meet the growing demand for its famed Omakase Berries.
For Kalera, the partnership represents an opportunity to allocate up to 50% of its United States production capacity to the restaurant and food service industry.
AppHarvest, Inc., a leading AgTech company, public benefit corporation and Certified B Corp building some of the world’s largest high-tech indoor farms to grow affordable, nutritious fruits and vegetables at scale while providing good jobs in Appalachia, today announced its operating and financial results for the quarter ending March 31, 2022, achieving its highest net sales quarter to date.
"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.
The strawberry harvest, packaging and delivery to local markets represents a successful commercial pilot of Affinor’s patented rotating towers, automated systems and processes.
Green Life Farms has completed the purchase of a 67-acre property in Wildwood, Florida where it will construct its 4th of 13 planned farms in the Southeast U.S.
Square Roots, the technology leader in indoor farming, and Gordon Food Service, one of the largest food distributors in North America, today announced the opening of a new climate-controlled, indoor farm in Springfield, Ohio.
Colorado residents will soon be able to shop local for lettuce and microgreens from Kalera, one of the world's leading hydroponic indoor vertical farming companies, thanks to the opening of the company's new Denver farm.