Growing better food at low prices that shoppers love
GrowUp Farms has been acquired.
- Raised over £6.7m to date from fresh produce businesses, family offices and HNW
- Our salads are better tasting (they win blind taste tests) and longer lasting (16 days shelf life compared to 5 in the market)
- We reduce waste in the supply chain (by >70%), use less water (>90% and no need for chlorine washing) and grow with zero pesticides.
October 9, 2017
Some of the novel growing techniques now being pioneered by London’s urban farmers.Read on livingit »
October 2, 2023
Members of the Lords Horticultural Sector Committee visited Kent-based vertical farm GrowUp Farms in Sandwich last week to find out about how vertical farming will play a key role in the…Read more »
July 24, 2023
GrowUp Farms will launch a range of ready-to-eat salads, called Unbeleafable, which are grown at its Pepperness vertical farm in Kent.Read on FoodBev Media »
July 24, 2023
Vertical farming group claims world first in getting top gradeRead on Fruitnet »
May 16, 2023
An abandoned golf course has been transformed into a nature haven as part of a major rewilding project aimed at offsetting carbon emissions.Read on Kent Online »
March 28, 2023
How a salad-growing vertical farm scaled up with the help of Barclays and Unreasonable ImpactRead on the Guardian »
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