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Heritage Radio Network visits AeroFarms

  Heritage Radio Network is dedicated to having conversations about food that go far deeper than they would in the mainstream media. This week on Eating Matters, we bring you a special field piece recorded at AeroFarms – an indoor, vertical farm – in Newark, New Jersey. Jenna Liut teams up with fellow Heritage Radio Network …

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AeroFarms Partner and Investor Heads to Washington in Effort to End Food Waste

  Forty percent of food grown in the United States is thrown away. Food waste is a huge concern at every part of the food chain, from crops being left in the field to rot when farmers can’t find enough labor, to imperfect produce being rejected at the grocery store, to uneaten food going into the garbage …

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Vertical Farms Evolve to End Hunger

May 23, 2016 By: Jodi Helmer NEWARK, N.J.—Cinder-block walls still bear Day-Glo paint murals inside the former laser tag arena that once hosted epic battles among New Jersey teens who breathlessly chased each other in a high-tech version of the incredibly low-tech game of tag. Nowadays, AeroFarms has taken over the cavernous building to operate …

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Profits From Eco-friendly Vertical Farming Stack Up

May 20, 2016 By: Ramon Taylor   Vertical farming — a tech-savvy subset of farming in which plants are stacked indoors, floor-to-ceiling, using controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) methods — is growing rapidly, changing the business landscape of traditional supply chains and growing seasons. It is also having a profound effect on the environment. Ask Newark, New …

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Farms That Rise to the Challenge

May 17, 2016 By: Conrad De Aenlle It is a staggering challenge: feeding the seven billion-plus people in the world and delivering fresh food to the rapidly rising number of them who live in cities. One solution, more theoretical than practical so far, amounts to killing two birds with one stone and adding a third …

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Old Tech Meets New Tech at NJIT

May 5, 2016 The Bloomberg Advantage with Carol Massar and Cory Johnson. A discussion of the business of technology, from both traditional and new companies, including innnovations and opportunities throughout the tech space. Guests include Joe Taylor, CEO of Panasonic Corporation of North America, David Rosenberg, Co-Founder and CEO at AeroFarms, Tom Wisniewski, Managing Partner …

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Inside The High-Tech Farm Growing Kale In An Old Paintball Arena

April 26, 2016 By: Alexander C. Kaufman NEWARK, New Jersey — David Rosenberg is trying to build an agricultural empire out of an old paintball arena in a blighted urban neighborhood about 45 minutes outside Manhattan. Needless to say, Rosenberg, the chief executive of Aerofarms, an indoor farming startup growing organic leafy greens without sunlight …

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AeroFarms Is On A Mission to Transform Agriculture

The Huffington Post crafted an exciting piece about AeroFarms, highlighting our mission to combat the global food crisis through indoor vertical farming at scale in cities all over the world.  This video features one of our sites in Newark, New Jersey, a former paintball entertainment center turned vertical farm growing nutritious baby greens and herbs. Watch it here.

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