Articles in Swedish
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Confederation of Swedish Enterprises: Hot blockchain tech helps food producer
One company that has chosen to use blockchain tech in its operation is Johannas. They grow herbs, sallads and rainbow trout in Vallentuna, north of Stockholm.
Mitt i Sollentuna – The couple from Rotebro raises 170 rainbow trout to produce nutrients for 12 harvests per year
In a concrete building large scale plans are being executed to solve future problems with food production. Can the solution be found through indoor production of fish and vegetables that grow in water? Yes, answers Thomas Bjelkeman Pettersson och Anke van Lenteren from Rotebro.
Mitt i Vallentuna - Green dreams about sustainable food
In a concrete building large scale plans are being executed to solve future problems with food production. Can the solution be found through indoor production of fish and vegetables that grow in water?
Ehandel.se - E-commerce is drawn to hungry food tech challengers
More and more startups are betting on circular food production and locally produced food. Two fresh examples are food tech challengers Urban Oasis and Johannas urban farms, with facilities in Liljeholmen in Stockholm and Vallentuna, north of the capital. They are also examples of two food startups that look for collaborations with e-commerce companies.
Sting - Pressrelease - 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.
Vallentuna Nya - Food production in Markim could be the future of food production
Fish in large tanks and vegetables in basins - both in the same water system. The goal for Johannas urban farms in Markin is circular food production systems.