Sausage and burger brand teams up with Vertical Future to build bespoke indoor farm at its headquarters in North Yorkshire
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Insect protein developer has created a patented process for cultivating mealworm to produce low carbon feed for fish, pet and livestock
Ten-year licensing deal with UK-based developer Groundworks marks a major milestone for vertical farming start-up founded in 2016
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Green investor Earthworm ups its support for London food technology firm as it eyes significant growth for urban and indoor farming
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Retailer teams up with vertical farming specialist Infarm to cultivate basil, mint, parsley, and coriander in six London stores
First tranche of cash from £90m farming innovation fund focuses on smart technologies that can cut waste and improve yields
Supermarket giant plans to grow leafy greens in urban farms next to its distribution centres
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Scottish agritech company Intelligent Growth Solutions (IGS) claims its first vertical farming facility has patented technologies to cut production costs
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