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AeroFarms Represents New Jersey in FastCo’s The United States of Innovation

We are honored to be the recognized innovator from New Jersey in Fast Company’s “United States of Innovation.” Read the AeroFarms section below and see innovations from the other states at [Illustration: Adam Avery] NEW JERSEY A rising food revolution Inside a converted steel warehouse in Newark, thousands of trays stacked 36 feet high house

IKEA and top chef David Chang round out financing for $40 million Series D round

“We have built a world-class organization that has expertise in all aspects of horticulture, biology, engineering, automation, machine vision, building systems, food safety, and nutrition to manage the growing process from seed to package for a truly differentiated product. We are as much a capabilities organization as we are farmers, vertically integrated to give us

Harvesting Insights – AeroFarms partnership with Dell Technologies

  Find out more about this project in Dell Technologies’ in-depth case study… “Dell Technologies is an ideal technology partner for AeroFarms. Dell offers a comprehensive infrastructure portfolio that spans our IT needs, from edge gateways and rugged tablets to machine learning systems and network gear. We are also benefiting from Dell’s expert advisory services,

The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research Awards $1 Million Grant to AeroFarms for Research to Improve Quality of Leafy Greens

Posted on September 7, 2017 The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR), a nonprofit organization established through bipartisan congressional support in the 2014 Farm Bill, today announced a Seeding Solutions grant awarded to AeroFarms, a leading indoor vertical farming company with global headquarters in Newark, New Jersey. AeroFarms will match the Foundation’s grant for

NowThis – AeroFarms 360 Tour

AeroFarms in Newark, NJ grows over 2 million pounds of greens a year without sunlight, soil or pesticides, making it the world’s largest indoor vertical farm. See how they do it in 360° VR. #Gear360

The Future of Farming May Not Involve Dirt or Sun

  AeroFarms co-founders Marc Oshima (left) and David Rosenberg. CREDIT: Ellise Verheyen PUBLISHED ON: JUN 14, 2017. By Kevin J. Ryan Farming uses copious amounts of water–70 percent of all freshwater consumed is used for agriculture, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, only about half of which can be recycled after using. It also requires huge

PBS Newshour Student Reporting Labs Covers AeroFarms

One year ago, a group of student journalists visited one of our Newark farms to film a news segment for the PBS Newshour Student Reporting Lab and the story is out!  It is an especially exciting new piece for us because some of the students who produced it have also tended the AeroFarms growing tower in

Solving water: the first step is admitting we have a problem

AeroFarms published a new story on Read a teaser here or see the full story at Seventy percent of global water resources go toward agriculture. Seventy percent of fresh water contamination comes from agriculture. Sit with that a moment. Conventional irrigation in Salinas Valley, CA This incredible statistic is what drove David Rosenberg, Chief Executive Officer

Introducing Our New Retail Brand

We are thrilled to introduce our new retail brand… Meet Dream Greens!   With this fun and inviting brand, we are setting a new culinary standard for flavor and freshness. Dream Greens are locally-grown, pesticide-free, non-GMO and offer consistent quality and availability year-round. Our blends of baby greens feature consumer favorites like baby kale and arugula as well

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