Sustainably fresh

Precision efficiency for premium produce

 

Sustainably fresh

Precision efficiency for premium produce

 

he US  average for a head of lettuce from farm to table is 2,400 miles, this example is characteristic for today’s modern agriculture sector.   produce today is heavily sprayed with pesticides to meet our growing food demand, expected to increase by 60% by 2050.

 

 Shorter shelf life resulting from food miles transportation  is an industry norm in many places around the world. Not to mention that over 30% of our produce goes to waste during transportation or in our home due to short shelf life.

  

 Price fluctuations may also be a concern when looking at climate change as drought and extreme weather events become more frequent, destabilising food production and price stability.

  
Localization through urban agriculture 
Bringing the farm to the city as a wide range of benefits both economic, social and environmental. Combined with the latest in smart greenhouse technology  Cutting down the distance our food travels, offers real potential for sustainable food production as part of our future cities.

   
Premium produce- Sustainably Fresh 
Growing in a controlled environment has significant advantages: 
Year round growing- controlling the greenhouse internal claimant means we can grow year round regardless of seasonal changes.   
Minimum use of pesticides- creating an isolated environment means less to no use of harmful pesticides. 
Extended Shelf life- growing local means that our produce can be provided less than 24 hours from harvest, making sure the consumer gets the freshest possible produce.  
Premium Produce- growing in optimal conditions means the quality and nutritional value is at the highest standards possible.