Sakura Greens is a urban farming enterprise aiming to grow microgreens, microherbs and produce a range of grow kits for homes. Founded by Dhiresh Tailor in early 2019 as a means to growing and delivering a wide range of nutritious greens locally, thus reducing food miles. Sakura Greens’ vision is to make fresh greens accessible to people of all incomes by using efficient, low-maintenance hydroponic systems and by utilising education to show people how to grow their own.
Square Mile Farms
Square Mile Farms are using the lab to develop there concept of an urban farm network to offer ultra-fresh, delicious and nutritious produce directly to customers. Utilising technology and a platform that enables them to rapidly install controlled environment farms in multiple locations in the heart of the city, within a square mile of there customers. There mission is to make food production sustainable, nutritious and local again, empowering communities in the process.
Silly Greens was founded by Edward Hall who is using the lab to experiment with his growing technique and find the perfect method to produce his microgreens. His ethos is simple – helping people to access and grow their own microgreens, allowing them to dress up any home cooked meal. Delivered straight to your door packed in a box small enough to fit through your letter box he provides a hassle free and easy way for you to grow at home.