New Indoor Farming Company Is Growing “Post-Organic” Produce

A newly launched modern farming company, Bowery, is growing what they call the world’s first “post-organic” produce. Their concept breaks from traditional agricultural practices by growing plants indoors in vertical rows without any pesticides. With the help of proprietary technology, Bowery can closely monitor the growth of their crops and …

Price stickers replaced with laser marking at some Swedish grocery stores

Could the days of accidentally eating stickers off produce be over? A Dutch organic food supplier is testing replacing price stickers on produce with a laser mark to reduce waste. Nature & More teamed up with Swedish grocery retailer ICA to test an organic version of laser marking on the brand’s avocados and sweet potatoes, the organic …

Urban Agriculture : Inspiring And Innovative Hydroponic Farming System

As the need for sustainable development increases, farmers are needed to come up with innovative ideas to sustain the economy. One of such innovations is that of an epidemiologist who has decided to contribute her quota to providing fresh food for urban areas like Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city, using a hydroponic system that enables her grow …

Resorts’ rooftop garden takes farm-to-table to a higher level

You’ve heard of farm to table … how about rooftop to table? That’s exactly what Resorts Casino Hotel’s culinary staff is doing all summer thanks to their continued commitment to offer the freshest produce imaginable in their daily cuisine, particularly at Capriccio, the resort’s gourmet Italian restaurant and its adjacent bar Cielo, as …

UCC in Denmark focuses on organic food offering in collaboration with FOOD by Coor

Healthy food, ecology and sustainability are the key concepts behind Danish university UCC’s new restaurant offering which is being implemented at Campus North Zealand and the brand new Campus Carlsberg in Denmark. FOOD by Coor, Coor’s proprietary restaurant operation, has been selected to deliver the university’s restaurants, …

Fighting Bugs With Bugs: Denmark Deploys ‘Organic’ Drones Against Pests

Organic agriculture is faced with a lot of problems for its inability to use potentially harmful, yet effective pesticides. To target this, Denmark may wage a biological warfare on vermin by using drones to deploy predatory insects to its vulnerable organic fields. The project, which has been granted 8.3 million kroner (roughly 1.5 million …