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The Singapore Food Agency will be responsible for developing Singapore’s food supply, improving food safety regulations, and handling food-borne disease outbreaks.
…researchers have calculated that Cleveland, with a population of 400,000, has the potential to meet 100 percent of its urban dwellers’ fresh vegetable needs, 50 percent of their poultry and egg requirements and 100 percent of their demand for honey.
The Transformer Bumblebee even got in on the action to create some buzz about eating healthy!
On Feb. 22, Living Greens Farm Will Open Their Third Grow Room In Faribault, Minn.
Hydroponic farming is cost-efficient and it yields more vegetables and herbs in a shorter time.
Agriculture, takes up only about 1% of its land area.
The use of the hydroponic system will help increase productivity, according to the Sughd regional administration.
In the farm, seedlings of various plants are being used. They are not growing in soil, but have been dipped in a thin layer of liquid that provides the necessary nutrients.
Local Grown Salads launches Indoor Vertical Farms in Opportunity Zones in Washington DC, Baltimore, and Nashville. Farms produce organic Ready-To-Eat Salads.
New research suggests that eating black carrots on a regular basis could have positive benefits in reducing the risk of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
Ultra-processed foods have higher amounts of ingredients that are known to be bad for your health. Increasing the amount of ultra-processed foods that you eat also shortens your life, according to a new study
Melbourne roaster Cirrus Fine Coffee grows vegetables and herbs in a tiny garden, thanks to the help of coffee waste.
In Italy, Auchan is testing the installation of a greenhouse in a hypermarket. Fresh herbs and salads grow directly on the shelves and customers do their own “harvesting”.
The young guns from Mumbai set themselves up on a mission to directly provide the citizens with vegetables through their hyperlocal, hydroponic farm, a first for the city.
Pioneering solutions to meet global challenges.
The FDA's decision to request that the popular green gets pulled from shelves sent "a strong message" to the produce sector while costing supermarkets millions of dollars.