Indoor Vertical Farming in The UK Should Be A No-Brainer, But is it Really?
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Good morning readers, the UK has received a great deal of attention in recent weeks/months with large funding rounds announced, the opening of larger indoor vertical farms and the active involvement of UK-based investments groups (VC, institutional investors…) in the companies sectors’ funding rounds.
Indeed, companies such as Vertical Future, Eider VF or OneFarm have raised important funding rounds in 2022 to further their development throughout the country and beyond. The country has also seen Infarm and Jones Food Company opening two larger vertical farms to supply the country with their landmark produce.
On an investment perspective, the investment groups such as Cibus Funds, Slate Asset Management, Gresham House, Metric Capital Partners have all committed in present and future indoor vertical farming funding rounds in UK-based companies as well as International.
Given all the issues the UK has faced with Brexit, climate change, the Ukrainian war, and the aftermaths of these events, indoor vertical farms in the UK should be a no-brainer, but is it really?
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