Ocado to plough £17m into vertical farming ventures

Madeleine Cuff
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Vertical farming | Credit: IGS

Supermarket giant plans to grow leafy greens in urban farms next to its distribution centres

Online supermarket firm Ocado yesterday revealed plans to invest up to £17m in vertical farming ventures, in a bid to become a leader in the emerging agriculture industry. Vertical farming allows a...

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