- Mar 15, 2019
Twitter Inc.’s former chief financial officer has joined Plenty Inc. in that role as the indoor farming startup prepares for international expansion and improvements to its vertical growing technology.
- Sep 28, 2018
An indoor farming company makes a uniquely SF debut
- Jun 7, 2018
Nick Kalayjian, a high-ranking Tesla engineer who has worked on all its products from the Roadster through the Model 3, is joining Plenty.
- Mar 29, 2018
San Francisco-based Plenty is on a mission to expand what hydroponic farms can grow.
- Feb 21, 2018
CNN International tours Plenty’s Bay Area farm for an early look at its global plan to keep food local.
- Nov 11, 2017
NewsHour Weekend takes a look at how indoor farming could shift our relationship with food.
- Nov 8, 2017
A young Silicon Valley startup called Plenty thinks it has cracked the code on indoor farming.
- Mar 13, 2019
Agriculture has always been an industry ripe for innovation. Though farming is one of humanity’s oldest trades, our planet’s ever growing population and ever-depleting natural resources demand that we meet the same food challenges over and over again with newer, better, more revolutionary answers than ever before. From the invention of the steel plow in […]
- Mar 1, 2019
If you’ve ever compared a luscious peach picked ripe from the tree to one of those firm, greenish peaches that stocks the shelves of your local grocery store, then you know: the produce available to you is rarely the best produce available. Further, the best produce available… is not the best we can do. […]
- Aug 23, 2018
Hello again, Bay Area! Hope you’ve recovered from Outside Lands. We had a blast debuting Plenty greens for the first time ever at the festival, and we’ve been cooking up the next ways you can enjoy our produce in between sets. Without further ado, we’re super excited to introduce our first-ever restaurant collaboration with Creator […]
- Aug 8, 2018
Oh, hey friends! We know it’s been a while since you’ve heard from us, but quiet as we’ve kept, we’ve been working on something Big. As you know, our mission is to bring good, clean food to people all over the world, but first we wanted to start with our own community. That’s why we’re […]
- May 1, 2018
The New York Times recently published a fascinating piece about the exponential increase in imported fresh fruits and vegetables to the U.S. In the last 30 years, imported fresh fruit rose from 23% to 53%. If you think that’s a lot, consider that veggie imports have gone from 5.8% to 31.1%. That’s quite a jump. […]
- Apr 27, 2018
Let’s talk taste! Tasting is a complex process involving all your senses. Sure, taste happens in the mouth, but that’s only a small part of the story. Tasty foods always come with their own texture, appearance, aroma, and flavor culminating in a holistic experience that can be simultaneously jarring and pleasurable. Since taste is so […]
- Apr 12, 2018
Some people put ranch dressing on everything in sight, others favor a classic Italian, or something sweeter, like the ever-popular raspberry vinaigrette. But what all of these salad dressings have in common is that they’re often high in calories and fat. And we mean high; nutrition studies show that some of the most beloved choices […]
- Apr 5, 2018
There’s a reason farmers have long relied on guides like the Old Farmer’s Almanac and today use the most sophisticated weather and climate monitoring available. That reason is unpredictability. Think about all the conditions necessary for a seed to germinate and survive from a delicate seedling to a sturdy plant in the outdoors. There’s a lot […]
- Apr 3, 2018
Salmon with bright citrus and fresh herbs is one of our favorite weeknight dinners. We like to serve it with tender greens or fluffy quinoa for a healthy meal packed with omega-3s and vitamins. This simple, flavor filled fish dish makes 3-4 servings, so gather a few peeps who love this protein as much as […]
- Mar 26, 2018
In early March, Plenty got gussied up and attended the Plant-Lover Edition of NightLife at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, CA. Over 2,000 greenery groupies packed the museum to celebrate the plant world’s beauty and wonder. Our team seized the opportunity to sample our leafy greens and hear what people had to […]
- Mar 21, 2018
The world of food is rich in flavors, spices, and cooking techniques. Not surprisingly, it’s got a produce vocabulary to match and if you’re anything like us, you love exploring the lesser known corners of this vast world. While learning how to properly sous-vide salmon filets or perfecting julienne carrots takes time and practice, we’ve […]
- Mar 14, 2018
If you live in Phoenix, Albuquerque, or Palm Springs, you’re well aware that it’s problematic to grow crops outdoors in the summer, when temperatures can top 110 degrees. And if you live in Minneapolis, Des Moines, Fairbanks, or Buffalo, you know you’re lucky if your growing season is 90 days — just long enough to […]