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The vehicles will bring a selection of Stop & Shop produce as well as meal kits.
A Fijian who studied in India has made the most of Government’s Young Entrepreneurship Scheme and embarked on a journey to combine engineering and agriculture.
A start-up that engineers and builds fully automated indoor vertical farms inside shipping containers and buildings.
America is about to get its first fully automated indoor farm.
We’re not experiencing a food shortage—it’s a shortage of people to farm it.
At Omron, opportunities to engage with new challenges are abundant
The company, formed by CEO Amin Jadavji and six fellow foodies in 2017, had a simple mission: to grow high-quality herbs and salad greens such as kale and arugula for five Toronto restaurants.
Over 70 percent of the lettuce sold in the U.S. grows in California, an area of the country plagued with water-shortage issues. With traditional farming methods, over 15 gallons of water is required to grow one pound of lettuce. The labor force required to harvest, package and ship lettuce throughout the country has become more and more cost prohibitive.
AI is hot. And rightfully so. Agriculture is a low-margin, labor intensive industry. Technology can help farmers increase margins and decrease operational risk (crop loss, disease, food safety, pests, etc.). AI becomes increasingly exciting as we think about feeding our growing global population in more sustainable ways