Indoor Vertical Farming

AeroFarms Provides Business Update

Dear AeroFarms Stakeholders: As we approach the close of our business combination with Spring Valley Acquisition Corp. and public listing on the Nasdaq exchange, I am pleased and proud to share that our business is progressing as planned on all fronts and we are well positioned to scale our business globally as the world leader …

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Cargill Partners with Vertical Farming Leader AeroFarms in First-of-Its-Kind Research Focused on Cocoa Production

MINNEAPOLIS & NEWARK, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As part of ongoing efforts to build a more resilient and sustainable cocoa sector, Cargill has entered a multi-year research agreement with vertical farming pioneer and leader AeroFarms aimed at improving cocoa bean yields and developing more climate-resilient farming practices. “Environmental challenges and growing demand for cocoa products are placing increased

AeroFarms Announces Midwest Expansion with New Farm in St. Louis Region

AeroFarms announced its plan today to expand to the Midwest region as part of a project with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the St. Louis Controlled Environment Agriculture Coalition (STLCEA) to demonstrate innovative strategies to minimize the environmental footprint of indoor agriculture. The greater St. Louis MO-IL Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) was selected as a

AeroFarms Announces Build-out of Largest Farm of its Kind in the World in Danville, Virginia

Governor Northam Announces 92 New Jobs in Danville-Pittsylvania County  ~ AeroFarms® to build state-of-the art indoor vertical farm to meet increasing consumer demands for more flavorful produce ~ RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam today announced that AeroFarms will invest $42 million to build their largest, most sophisticated indoor vertical farm to date in the Cane Creek Centre,

Time Magazine names AeroFarms as a best invention

Chris Koger November 21, 2019 08:23 PM AeroFarms, the Newark, N.J.-based indoor aeroponic grower of leafy greens and microgreens, has been named as one of Time magazine’s 100 Best Inventions. In the online listing, Time calls the company’s patented technology a key advance, specifically the growing medium: “rather than grow in dirt, these crops grow

The Airline That Offers the Freshest, Farm-Grown Produce at 30,000 Feet

Your Singapore Airlines flight just elevated in-flight fare with sustainably grown farm-to-table cuisine. BY SINGAPORE AIRLINES OCTOBER 1, 2019 In a facility in Newark, New Jersey, in highly customizable, oxygenated chambers, beneath the encouraging glow of LED lights are rows of greens. Lots and lots of leafy, spicy, boldly flavored greens. This is AeroFarms, which

Is This the Start of the Farm-to-Airplane-Seatback-Table Movement?

Singapore Airlines is now offering locally sourced, vertically grown vegetables to long-flight business class passengers. By: Amy Reiter It has been years since the farm-to-table movement first took off, but now it is taking flight in an entirely new — and very literal — way. Singapore Airlines has partnered with AeroFarms, an agtech company in Newark,

I Just Took the World’s Longest Non-Stop Flight. Here’s What It Was Like

Singapore Air’s business class experience from NYC promises 19 hours of in-flight happiness. Does it deliver? BY JASON H. HARPER ON NOVEMBER 5, 2019 There’s not enough moisturizer in the universe. That’s my first thought when I consider taking the world’s longest non-stop flight. My skin is going to take a beating. Long-haul flights are not uncommon

Singapore Airlines Is Redefining Fresh Airline Food

by JESSICA PUCKETT October 17, 2019 Singapore Airlines’ flight from New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport to Singapore’s Changi Airport is already the world’s longest flight (at almost 19 hours). But this month, the route scooped up another (unexpected) superlative: the flight that serves the freshest airline food in the world. Last week, Singapore Airlines launched a new “farm-to-plane” menu on

Singapore Airlines, one of the most ritzy airlines in the world, is partnering with a high-tech urban farm to make sure it serves the best meal on every flight. Take a look inside the futuristic operation.

Singapore Airlines is about to launch a new “farm-to-plane” dining program, using vegetables grown at a local farm in Newark, New Jersey, in dishes on board its flights from the New York City area. AeroFarms, the company supplying the greens, is a high-tech “vertical farm,” which uses a controlled climate, LED lights, and a new

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