Plenty, a flavor-focused vertical farm aims to make pesticide-free vegetable and fruits readily available is building a global network of farms, starting on the West Coast.
“Utilizing local, flavorful, and high-quality ingredients has always been important to me, but especially now that we are being so much more careful about sourcing food that is not only good for our health, but good for the health of our environment,” said Nancy Silverton, Los Angeles based chef, co-owner of the Mozza Restaurants and a member of Plenty’s U.S. Culinary Advisory Board. “Knowing that Plenty is working to grow such clean, delicious produce, in a way that uses so little water and so sustainably, is what makes me excited about having a Plenty farm in LA.”
The company which is headquartered in the Bay Area looks to expand to the LA area.
According to the company, Plenty Los Angeles aims to create up to 50 new full-time jobs across a number of disciplines including growers, technicians and logistics and operations managers.
For more information about Plenty, visit the company site here