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Dubai is getting the world’s largest vertical farm — and it will grow produce for the world’s largest international airport
Crop One, a Silicon Valley food startup, and Emirates Flight Catering, one of the world's largest airline catering operators, are building an indoor farm that will produce three tons of greens daily. The crops will be used for in-flight meals for 105 airlines at Dubai International Airport.
An executive behind Amazon’s massive warehouse fulfillment operation has moved to a vertical farming startup
Amazon veteran Brian Donato has joined Bowery, a vertical farming startup that grows greens indoors without natural sunlight or soil. He was hired to help the company scale up, according to a new report from Bloomberg.
These healthy fast food chains are part of a growing movement that prioritizes affordability, local ingredients, convenience, and transparency.
One of the world’s biggest meat companies just invested in a Bill Gates-backed startup that makes lab-grown meat
Along with Bill Gates and Cargill, Tyson Foods is betting on "chicken" and "beef" engineered from stem cells as an alternative to meat.
After the largest ever ag-tech deal, vertical farming startup Plenty is expanding to China and aims to meet the country's rising demand for food.
Kimbal Musk — Elon’s brother — predicts a movement of millennial workers fleeing desk jobs for farms
More young Americans who live in cities are leaving their office jobs to become farmers, according to Kimbal Musk.
The Bill Gates-backed veggie burger that ‘bleeds’ like beef is coming to America’s largest grocery chain — here’s what i...
Beyond Meat's veggie burger aims to disrupt the $48 trillion meat industry. And it will soon be available in 1,300 Kroger stores.
Amidst a slew of controversy, the egg-less mayo startup Hampton Creek is now growing fake meat in a lab.
Beyond Meat's plant-based burger, which is backed by Bill Gates, will be available at eight of BurgerFi's 101 locations starting July 3.
PepsiCo, the food giant that makes Cheetos and Doritos, is seeking "novel protein sources." It has already experimented with mealworm powder.