Space tech that feeds high-end diners in Toronto could help Canada’s North



Technology being used to stock high-end Toronto restaurants with designer leafy greens could provide Northern Canadians with locally grown produce.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/space-food-technology-led-1.4945788

Photo: LED lights are used to grown leafy greens inside a Toronto warehouse
Photo: A look inside We the Roots vertical farm in Toronto. Wired with LED lights, the hydroponic facility can grow up to 20,000 leafy green plants at a time. [Yan Jun Li/CBC]

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