Jones Food Company to open 'world's largest' vertical farm in Gloucestershire

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Vertical farming uses 95% less water than traditional methods, the firm claims  | Credit: Jones Food Company
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Vertical farming uses 95% less water than traditional methods, the firm claims | Credit: Jones Food Company

148,000sq ft facility to open next year with goal to supply 1,000 tonnes of herbs, leafy greens, cut flowers, fruit and veg each year to UK supermarkets

Construction has started on a multi-million pound vertical farm in Gloucestershire, which the developer Jones Food Company claims will be the world's largest when it opens early next year. The facility...

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