Gallery: NYC-Based BrightFarms Wants to Bring Hydroponic Greenhouses to...

Farmers’ markets are one of the best ways to get fresh and local produce while supporting the local economy, but they’re mostly on the weekends, in parks, and are rarely held during the cold winter months. But what if you could get that same fresh local produce but at your neighborhood grocery store year round? New York City based BrightFarms is about to make that possible using hydroponic technology to grow produce right on the top of grocery stores! The whole concept came about in response to the alarming fact that the percentage of each dollar we spend on food that actually goes towards our food production process has been steadily declining for decades. Instead, we’re spending our money on rising oil and transportation costs.

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  1. luis eduardo acosta i June 17, 2011 at 10:55 am

    I would like yo learn more about your services and programs
    Luis Eduardo Acosta I