It’s a new concept for retail real estate. A German company is hoping to put a farm in every store to provide customers with the freshest possible produce. “Infarm” has already had success with a pilot farm in Berlin and it’s now partnering with Germany’s largest supermarket chain to get more of these micro-farms in operation.
Infarm is a small Berlin-based startup that’s developing a modular vertical farming system that will allow the growing of food inside stores, restaurants, and other customer-oriented locations. It solves that “last mile” problem where transportation can chop days off the life of fresh produce, and provides a “zero mile” solution because customers can literally pluck their own produce.
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