UK: Supermarket Marks & Spencer will launch Infarm vertical farms in six more London stores

“We believe that by offering produce grown and harvested in the heart of city, that's how we want to practise this form of agriculture - resilient and sustainable and beneficial for the planet, while meeting the needs and desires of city dwellers like Londoners,” Co-founder of vertical farming start-up Infarm, Osnat Michaeli, told Forbes, speaking about Infarm’s new partnership with UK supermarket Marks & Spencer. 

Marks & Spencer is a much loved retailer in the UK, which was established 134 years ago and is known for high quality clothing, home wares and food products. Infarm’s hydroponic vertical farms will be launched in six more Marks & Spencer stores in central London by the end of the year, following the initial launch at the 105 year old Clapham Junction location in early September, which has been reopened as a food hall.

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