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Swedish Vertical Farm, Swegreen, Partners With Restaurant

Swegreen has inked a deal with the Swedish restaurant chain Östgöta Kök Group. Soon, customers at their Norrköping restaurant will be able to eat food that was produced on-site in the establishment’s very own vertical farm. In their restaurant in Norrköpinng, Östgöta Kök will begin installing the Saga model in the spring of 2023, with the goal of making the farming unit visible to visitors. Through a glass, customers will be able to view this cutting-edge technology and observe how the restaurant’s plants develop. 

Swedish vertical farm, Swegreen has signed a deal with the Swedish restaurant chain Östgöta Kök Group to deliver vertical farms in its restaurants. Swegreen’s “Farming as a Service” idea will include the food produced on-site at Nya Torget in Norrköping. In the approaching spring, Saga, the restaurant’s very own vertical farm, will be put in place as per the company’s most recent press release.

“We have the opportunity to provide our customers with a more enticing eating experience thanks to our own hydroponic vertical farm. I must admit that when we tried Swegreen’s goods and sample crops, we were pleasantly delighted.” According to Thomas Hallgren, who along with Karin Elebring runs Östgöta Kök Group, “The crops they farm to taste and smell better.”

In their restaurant in Norrköpinng, Östgöta Kök will begin installing the Saga model in the spring of 2023, with the goal of making the farming unit visible to the patrons. Through glass, they will be able to view this cutting-edge technology and observe how the plants develop within the farm.

“The Fotografiska museum in Stockholm hosted our first restaurant farming unit, which year-round feeds greens to the museum’s “Green Star”-awarded Michelin Guide restaurant. We are now overjoyed that another another restaurant client that places a strong emphasis on sustainability wants to take advantage of the benefits of using our technology to produce their own greens on-site!” According to Pierre Mohlin, CEO of Swegreen, “the fact that Östgöta Kök has made this commitment demonstrates that they are leading the way towards a more circular future model that will ensure the supply of food based on local production.”

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