The Washington Post article explores ‘Which food is better for the planet’?

As we know, a lot of the dialogue surrounding the negative impact food systems can have on the planet focuses on high emissions, however, this article also highlights that these emissions "aren’t the only way in which our food system is taking a toll on the planet. "

“Another metric the researchers considered is the amount of water used to produce different food items. Agriculture is both a major cause and a casualty of water scarcity around the globe.”

Our Vertical Future systems focus on using aeroponics for particular crop varieties and stages of growth, thus using over 95% less water than other systems, which is why introducing our methods into certain parts of the food production chain can dramatically help relieve many of the water related pressures our society is facing today.

Read the full article here.

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