It seems as though food sources are being steadily distanced from consumers, but an urban organic grocery store like 'The Farmery' will help to solve this dissociation. After a couple generations of eating progressively more processed food, the public is experiencing and rekindling interest in how its food has been grown.
'The Farmery' will bring crop-growing into the city, in the form of a stacked structure assembled from four recycled shipping containers. This slender urban greenhouse will bear the ability to harvest vegetables hydroponically right before the customer's eyes. 'The Farmery' will bridge the costly and lengthy farm-to-food journey with eco-friendly practices that bring consumers back to the roots of their eating experience.
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By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Nov 27, 2010 • References: thefarmery