Infarm is making a significant strategy shift and accelerating its drive towards profitability. We are focusing on Growing Centres where we have a clear path to profitability in 2023 and consolidating those where this cannot be achieved in the near term.
Infarm, the rapidly growing global urban farming company, today announced the establishment of its third Growing Center in the US and the largest Infarm Growing Center to date.
Infarm, the rapidly growing urban farming company with a global and North American presence, is going to establish a second Growing Center in the U.S. in Kyle, just 20 minutes outside of downtown Austin, Texas.
Infarm, a rapidly growing urban farming company with a global presence, announced today that it has raised $200 million in a Series D funding round.
Infarm, the rapidly growing urban farming company with global and North American presence, has appointed Suzy Monford as Retail Advisor to support the company’s expansion road map in the U.S. and Canada.
Infarm and Sobeys Inc. have announced a new agreement to accelerate the availability and distribution of fresh produce to an additional 4 of Canada's 10 provinces by 2023.
Greg and Pamela discuss industry events affected by coronavirus, and the one thing that's not: how to wash your produce.
Empire will place farms in stores across seven cities in Canada, (Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Winnipeg ) growing millions of hyper local plants for our customers. The first two stores are planned for Vancouver this spring.
The living produce farms will launch this month at two of the 15 stores planned at QFC – a Kroger banner – at locations in Bellevue and Kirkland, Washington.