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Indoor Farming Developments

Researchers bring the farm indoors with new technologies that could be the key to future food production.

Danish bioengineers have created a completely indoor crop field, using controlled LED lighting, temperature, humidity, air quality, and nutrition. Scientists at PlantLab, a private research company, have been working on these indoor farms for more than a decade and now plan on building a 14,000 sq. ft. building with four levels of vegetation. With around 3 billion hungry or malnourished people in the world, researchers are hoping that this could be a solution to the food production problem. “In order to keep a planet that’s worth living on, we have to change our methods,” says Gertjan Meeuws, a PlantLab researcher.

Saudis Go Vegan to Curb Obesity Epidemic

Residents of Saudi Arabia have the support of vegan Prince Khaled Alwaleed bin Talal Al Saud, who plans to open 10 vegan restaurants in the region by 2020.
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Vegan Wine and Cheese Delivery Debuts

Cheese brand Miyoko's Kitchen partners with subscription service Vegan Wines for cruelty-free wine and cheese pairings that can be delivered to your door.
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Kraft Heinz Looks to Invest in Plant-Based Startups

The food corporation launches incubator Springboard Brands to support new companies creating foods of the future.
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Toronto's Vegan Bake-Off Crowns Best Plant-Based Bakers

Dessert lovers devoured cakes, brownies, and macarons in an effort to crown the city's best vegan bakers.
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MLB Ballparks Nationwide Debut New Vegan Options

This season, baseball fans can snack on vegan nachos, Impossible Burgers, cauliflower cheesesteaks, and more at stadiums across the country.
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