Today, vertical farming leader Oishii announced a strategic partnership with Yaskawa Electric Corporation, a leading industrial robotics company based in Japan.
Eden Green Technology, a next-generation indoor vertical farming company, today announced the company is now supplying produce to over 400 retail stores across the United States.
Farm.One is thrilled to announce it has secured long-term growth capital from DK-Bell Holding Company and has re-opened its Neighborhood Farm in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.
Edible Garden AG Incorporated (“Edible Garden” or the “Company”), a leader in controlled environment agriculture (CEA), locally grown, organic and sustainable produce and products, today provided a business update and reported financial results for the three month and full year periods ended December 31, 2022.
It has come to the attention of many that a number of vertical farming operations are failing. A recent article by Adele Peters in Fast Company looks into the causes. Her analysis is fascinating and insightful, although I think the problem can be explained in more basic terms: bad business plans.
After spending nearly a decade researching and developing the latest technology to grow crops at 350 times the yield of conventional field-grown greens, UP Vertical Farms has launched its inaugural facility in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia alongside its sales and marketing partner Oppy.
Unfold, an industry-leading seed and digital solutions company advancing the vertical farming industry, and GoodLeaf Farms, Canada’s largest commercial vertical farm, today announced their partnership to commercialize premium lines of vertically farmed spinach and other leafy greens through Unfold’s Innovation Partner Program.
Realty Income Corporation, The Monthly Dividend Company, and Plenty Unlimited Inc. today announced that they have entered into a strategic real estate alliance to support the development of Plenty's indoor vertical farms. Under the terms of the agreement, Realty Income will acquire and provide development funding for properties that will house Plenty's indoor farms.
Not too long ago, the produce industry watched as billions of dollars went into the indoor farming boom. While I wouldn't go so far as to call it a bust, we're seeing some growing pains.
Hamilton, OH-based vertical farm 80 Acres Farms has laid off about two dozen workers, which represents less than 10 percent of its workforce.