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Bowery Farming serves approximately 800 grocery stores through a trio of indoor farms in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and has a fourth set to open in Bethlehem, Pa., later this year.

Retailers reduce produce miles through vertical farming and local sourcing

The ability to grow food closer to large population centers improves total carbon footprint for Albertsons, Kroger, Publix and others

The concept of vertical farming, or indoor produce farming as it’s sometimes called, has been around for a while, but has really started to make its presence known in supermarkets lately, as consumer concerns about food sourcing and sustainability have increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic and issues related to imports.

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