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The Brussels start-up has launched its "urban farm"

Microflavour Brussels cultivate in the cellars of the former Belle-Vue brewery in Molenbeek Brussels. This is done vertically to be able to produce more on a small surface. The agriculture of the future is more efficient and consumes less resources. By placing different levels on top of each other and by using vacant places in the city.

Everything grows in a controlled environment that does not depend on the vagaries of the climate. These are young vegetable shoots and herbs known as coriander, broccoli, peas, etc. They have a much higher nutritional value than the mature varieties because they store all the energy. There is also the aspect of taste. If you take a young radish shoot, its taste is much more pronounced than that of the adult radish itself. Super healthy and delicious young shoots of well-known vegetables. They are richer in vitamins and minerals than their mature variants.

"Our goal is supplying big cities with localy grown fresh vegetables, which are cultivated in a sustainable manner and with attention to social employment. You can already find the addresses in Brussels restaurants, hotels, bars, and shops. They are market leader in Brussels and French belgium and supply more than 120 top chefs, also samades for carrefour and delgaize two big chains in Belgium," they say.

For more information:
Microflavours
dario@microflavours.brussels 
www.microflavours.brussels
 

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