As the population increases, so too (rather obviously) does the demand for food.
Vertical farming offers a ray of hope against a backdrop of concern for food supply chains in the coming years.
By combining automation and traditional farming techniques vertical farms can yield fresh produce that is “better than organic”, says Jamie Burrows, CEO and founder of London-based Vertical Future.
Their solution promises to increase crop output by 172%. We were lucky to get a peek inside their new facility to discover what vertical farming means for the future of food.
Find out more about Vertical Future at www.verticalfuture.co.uk