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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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Vertical farming at AeroFarms

February 1, 2017 Curbed took a tour of one of our Newark farms to discover the future of farming.

I was wrong about vertical farms; Aerofarms shows how to make them really work

January 9, 2017 By: Lloyd Alter For a long time this TreeHugger was dismissive of vertical farms, agreeing with Adam Stein who wrote that “Using urban real estate in this manner is incredibly wasteful: bad for the economy and bad for the environment. Local food has its merits, but that’s what New Jersey is for.” …

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Major vertical farm operator builds productivity, scale and scope

January 3, 2017 To see the Spanish-language version of this story go to www.portalfruticola.com. Climate change, water scarcity and a soaring global population are among the key reasons why vertical indoor farming is taking off around the world. Here at www.freshfruitportal.com we recently visited one such facility belonging to U.S.-based AeroFarms, and learned about the extensive international growth plans for its ‘game-changing’ …

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No sunlight, no soil, no problem: Vertical farms take growing indoors

Dec 28, 2016 By: Steven D’Souza Inside a windowless warehouse once used for paintball, with planes heading to nearby Newark airport overhead, an industrial park in New Jersey seems an unlikely place to find fresh locally grown produce. With LED lights standing in for the sun, and cloth replacing soil, the plants grown at AeroFarms …

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AeroFarms awarded multiple honors in Environmental, Business Leadership

PRESS RELEASE Newark, New Jersey December 1, 2016 After a year of unprecedented growth, AeroFarms, the world leader in indoor vertical farming, has been awarded both the New Jersey Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards and NJBiz.com’s Business of the Year Award. The Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards recognizes documented environmental benefit made by New Jersey businesses as well …

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As vertical farming grows, a new real estate opportunity takes root

It’s a staple of rosy pictures of our urban future, often viewed as the farming equivalent of flying cars. But vertical farming, long considered a curiosity, is starting to take root now. And according to the executive of one growing company, that means expanding beyond its niche, which offers a string of related commercial real …

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The farm that runs without sun or soil

September 5, 2016 By: Sophie Morlin-Yron What do you get if you cross a tech entrepreneur with a farmer? The world’s largest, and possibly most sophisticated indoor farm — where greens grow without sun, soil or water. Well, almost no water. AeroFarms, the company behind the venture, say they will use 95% less water than a …

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World’s largest vertical farm grows without soil, sunlight in Newark

August 14, 2016 By: Malavika Vyawahare An ambitious, almost fantastical, manifestation of agricultural technology is expected to come to fruition this fall. From the remains of an abandoned steel mill in Newark, New Jersey, the creators of AeroFarms are building what they say will be the largest vertical farm, producing two million pounds of leafy greens …

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