At Infarm, we’re starting a revolution by creating a new way to feed our cities’ growing populations with our smart, modular farms. We have 1,000 farms in 10 countries, and we’re growing rapidly throughout North America. Leading the way are our project managers, who take ownership of multiple expansion projects as we bring Infarm to new locations and cities throughout the United States and Canada.
We sat down with Amy K., an expansion project manager in the U.S., and Molly B., …
Infarm is shaping the future of farming with our smart modular farming system that grows fresh produce right inside the grocery stores people shop in. Our business operations managers contribute directly to the success of our business model by leading on-the-ground operations, helping grow our teams, and helping drive new expansion projects.
To get a deeper look into what our business operations managers do, we sat down with Rachel D. and Mariah R. on our team in North America. …
“At Infarm, you’re not just a plant grower or a business operations manager. You’re an Infarmer. And that means you’re part of a community that is committed to and passionate about improving the safety, quality and environmental footprint of our food around the world,” says Natalia, Vice President of People for Infarm in North America.
“Even though we’re an urban farming company, it’s not a requirement to have a background in plant science or agriculture to work here. We’re looking for people who are interested in our mission and the possibilities of our urban farming network,” she adds.
— by Erez Galonska, CEO and co-founder @infarm
I’m happy to announce that Carmine Visconti has joined Infarm as our Chief Financial Officer. He comes from UBS, where he led the firm’s Technology Practice for Europe as Managing Director, based in London.
With his experience in finance, M&A and international transactions in both the private and public markets, Carmine will help power our ability to bring safe, sustainable agriculture (and more tasty, fresh Infarm produce!) to more people around the world. …
As Infarm along with businesses around the world respond to the dynamic situation presented by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to reach out to you, our supporters, our partners and our consumers.
Our hearts go out to all of those affected by COVID-19, their families and loved ones as well as to the medical, safety and healthcare professionals and the thousands of individuals working tirelessly to support them.
I am also grateful to all Infarmers around the world for their efforts and continued dedication to make local, super fresh produce available to everyone. …
In 2017 Infarm became the first hydroponic farming company to receive GlobalG.A.P (or Global Good Agricultural Practices) certification.
As one of the world’s most recognised standards for safe and sustainable food production, achieving GlobalG.A.P certification for our Berlin-based production centers yet again, in 2019 is a milestone.
Certification was conducted by SGS, a company specialized in inspection, verification, testing and certification services worldwide.
Infarm grew out of our genuine passion for food.
After you uncover the layers of (fascinating) technology and engineering, and comb through stellar work by biologists, plant scientists and engineers, what we offer and we hope that you experience is fresh, tasty food.
And how can we truly call ourselves foodies without being part of the food experience in Copenhagen, a city with a total of 22 Michelin-starred chefs across 17 restaurants alone.
Starting today, we’re proud to say that fresh Infarm produce will be available to Danish consumers for the first time at Copenhagen’s Irma Østerport (Oslo Pl. …
As we bring the farming (r)evolution to more cities around the world, we wanted to share a few of the most frequent questions we receive below (along with some great pictures and video of our farms!) Find out more about us at infarm.com — in the meantime, we wish you a wonderful day, filled with fresh, tasty produce.
“We want to make fresh, pure, tasty and nutritious produce available and affordable for everyone.” — Erez Galonska, CEO at Infarm
Q. What is the environmental challenge Infarm is trying to solve?
By Erez Galonska, Guy Galonska and Osnat Michaeli — founders, infarm — Indoor Urban Farming, GmbH
Just under a decade ago, my co-founders and I started to experiment with growing our own fresh produce. We had just moved to Berlin, bought a 1955 Airstream trailer, outfitted it with DIY growing shelves and started experimenting with indoor farming.
We grew all sorts of greens, lettuces, herbs and microgreens. The experience of having fresh basil, mint, lettuce and arugula and many other vegetables in the dead of winter, full of flavour and beauty was amazing. We never looked back.