As promised we are posting the first photos of the crops produced in our Mini Farm-in-a-Box. There are three sizes in this line - the initial Farm-in-a-Box comprised of the green trays from the UK were the starting point. We then noted that there are other form factors of containers that are consumed and just thrown away. So we designed systems based on these other two sizes. We previously showed the small clear 4" containers that we got from Whole Foods at their olive bar.
Today, the final container is highlighted. We call this the Mini Farm-in-a-Box, mini comes from the local container normally referred to as mini bentos. These containers are often used to package sushi. The photos below are our two initial crops of broccoli and arugula.
Tomorrow we will highlight our three "farms" as we prepare to open up our new Farm-in-a-Box store...
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