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NL: Staay Food Group launches website about Vertical Farm project



Staay Food Group has launched the website www.verticalfarmconsortium.com. The website keeps readers informed of the progress of this innovative project. It also provides greater clarity on how and why the Vertical Farm is being developed. The ambitious project to grow lettuce in the most sustainable way, in climate-controlled rooms with LED lighting and without daylight, is being realised by a consortium of various partners, which present themselves on the website.

More information:
Staay Food Group
Nieuwland Parc 140
3351 LJ Papendrecht
The Netherlands
T +31 180 679 100
www.staayfoodgroup.com

Publication date: 5/2/2018

 


 

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