For the past couple of years, a number of indoor and vertical farming companies have entered public markets in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Indoor farming companies are often criticized for their ‘unsustainable finances’ with high costs associated with operating/acquiring their systems.
Indeed, most publicly-traded indoor farming companies are yet to be profitable, incurring important losses quarter after quarter mostly because of the current macroeconomic uncertainty driven by geopolitical tensions, exponential inflation rates, the aftermaths of COVID, and recession fear. As a result, companies are taking initiatives to decrease their cost, increase their revenue by building more facilities, and improve their system’s costs.
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