Between climate change and population growth, the global food crisis looms larger. Plenty is looking up for solutions—and selling produce at scale. Its patented indoor-farming tech can grow peak-season-quality produce anytime, with up to 350 times the yield of conventional farms and just a fraction of the land and water. Its new flagship facility in Compton, Calif., offers proof of concept, supplying Walmarts in California with leafy greens as of this year. And a facility now under construction in Virginia will grow strawberries in partnership with Driscoll, helping that company avoid shipping berries across the country to the East Coast.
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