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Impact Companies Tag: Farms 6

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Big City Farms Holdings


United States of America

Big City Farms is a for profit triple bottom line (Certified B Corp) company that is creating a local network of small urban sustainable organic farms in. The company s hoop house network farms will produce a variety of lettuces and leafy greens year round and aggregate to local urban groceries restaurants and institutional clients within 24 hours of harvest at prices and quality competitive with those provided by industrial farms. The Company s grower network will empower local entrepreneurs with low cost high throughput small plot greenhouse technology and planet friendly farming methods. The Company s operations will turn deteriorating urban land into profitable green spaces that nourishes educates and employs urban populations.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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Double Acre


United States of America

Double Acre is an online platform enabling highly efficient trade in local food. Double Acre utilizes a purchase to harvest model where farmers list their upcoming food availability and only harvest it once it's been purchased reducing the waste associated with traditional grocery stores. Double Acre' system provides greater access to healthy sustainable foods while allowing farmers to capture much more of the value of the foods they produce adding stability to an inherently risky pursuit and encouraging new farmers to enter the market.

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FoodTrace


United States of America

FoodTrace bridges the gaps in the food industry next level sourcing and management. They build better consumers while increasing revenues of restaurants markets and farmers. FoodTrace is a platform that uses big data and small business user profiles to link food distributors local farms and specialty food manufacturers with wholesale food buyers such as restaurants hotels schools and hospitals.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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Little Gray Farms


United States of America

Why snails?rnFor hundreds of thousands of years snails have been a tasty source of protein. Early Romans began raising snails in elaborate escargotiere gorging them on milk and grain to fatten them. In the 18th century escargots came to symbolize a cultural elite. This portrayal however is inaccurate as the role of escargots (which simply means snails in French) is truly a food of the common people as they were a seasonal delicacy that was gathered from the wild by the peasantry. The goal of little gray farms is to once again democratize snails as a food for everyone to enjoy by raising them locally and in tune with nature s rhythm and to incorporate them into the mainstream diet in dishes that are visually appealing and a culinary delight.

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Nature's Little Recyclers


United States of America

Nature's Little Recyclers are earthworm breeders. They divert organic waste as feedstock to their earthworms. They breed and grow rapidly in the indoor operations with ideal conditions. Then they sell earthworms to numerous markets.rn

Waste Management & Recycling

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Veterans to Farmers


United States of America

Veterans to Farmers provides American veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts with pride education and fulfillment through a permanent source of sustainable income community and contribution The family farm. VTF is partnering with organizations to help ensure our graduates have many sustainable career options after completing the training program. Whether it s management in an up and coming greenhouse franchise that sells CSA shares year round employment opportunities with greenhouses selling food to restaurants and grocery stores or providing further education and support to help our Veterans start their own greenhouse business VTF ensures a path to a secure economic future that also leads to a sustainable future of food.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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