Photo: Fredrik Andersson/Wonderwork
  • 2024-04-11 07:22

    11 April 2024

    Tidningen Näringslivet - They will mass-produce vegetables for the people- "A process industry"

    Today it is a pilot facility. But soon the entrepreneurs behind Johanna's urban farms can start their large-scale circular high-tech cultivation in a factory building in Uppland. "We will produce 35-40 tons of rainbow trout and 500-600 tons of vegetables per year on just two hectares," says Thomas Bjelkeman-Pettersson.

  • 2024-04-08 15:57

    08 April 2024

    Permits ready for unique large-scale circular food production facility

    Johannas has received environmental and fish farming permits to produce fish, vegetables and insects on a large scale in a new closed circular facility in Morgongåva. Read more.

  • 2024-01-26 10:28

    26 January 2024

    Johannas supports the authorities in their efforts to improve permit processes

    Laws and regulations are poorly adapted to future food production.

    Over the past two years, several authorities have worked together with several companies to improve the permit processes in a project called One Stop Myndighetsshop (Government shop). The project selected four companies in a pilot project where a new simplified process was investigated, where one of the companies was Johannas.Read more.

  • 2023-07-25 07:06

    25 July 2023

    Major grant from Vinnova to Johannas’ consortium

    Johannas Stadsodlingar AB receives 8.8 MSEK for the construction of an automated, circular food production facility in Morgongåva, Sweden. Read more

  • 2023-04-18 08:14
    Picture: Linda Rompala

    18 April 2023

    Joint industry initiative aims to develop the feed of the future: Insects and mussels to replace wild-caught fish and soya

    Johannas joins a consortium of 21 organisations that bet big on the future of animal feed. Axfoundation and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) are bringing together practitioners and researchers from across Sweden to develop the feed of the future for poultry, laying hens, fish, and pigs. Read more

  • 2022-11-17 15:23

    17 November 2022

    Johannas showcased at the Polhem Prize 2022

    The organisers of the Polhem Prize 2022 wanted to showcase what is new and exciting in sustainability. The created a great little video about our work at Johannas. Read more

  • 2022-09-27 15:43

    27 September 2022

    Katapult invests in Johannas

    We are really excited to announce that we have been selected to join the Katapult Accelerator Program 2022, which also includes an investment.   Read more about the investment.

  • 2022-08-09 10:12
    Prof. Anders Kiessling, SLU

    09 August 2022

    Lecture: Mussel farms as part of circular nutrient flows

    How can we create renewable nutrient loops? Mussel farming are a part of the solution. Professor Anders Kiessling talks about the possibilities. Read more.

  • 2022-03-31 00:00
    Mussel farming, Sankt Annas archipelago, Mats Emilsson

    31 March 2022

    Mussel farming in circular nutrient loops

    Mussel farming in the Baltic sea can be a really good component of the circular nutrient cycle that we are working with. It has been mentioned by some that farming mussels would not be an economically feasible way of dealing with the eutrophication of the Baltic, but data from the last few years of mussel farming show something different. Read more..

  • 2022-01-05 00:00

    05 January 2022

    Read more about our collaborations around circular food production

    We are about a dozen organisations that collaborate to create large scale regional food production systems in Sweden.  Read more about our circular collaborations.

  • 2021-09-14 00:00

    14 September 2021

    Johannas Stadsodlingar secures capital to create scalable circular food solution

    Foodtech company Johannas has raised SEK 5 million to design the world’s first living food factory. Read more.