When City Manager Joshua Smith told Hamilton City Council on Wednesday that two cutting-edge indoor farming companies were placing their headquarters in the city government tower at 345 High Street, he offered his estimation of how trailblazing the two agriculture businesses are.
Smith noted Hamilton will have headquarters of 80 Acres Farms, which is named because it can grow 80 acres of worth crops in a half acre of indoor space, and the related Infinite Acres, which is a partnership between 80 Acres and two European companies. Those two companies, along with Imflux, a high-tech plastics innovator that’s a subsidiary of Procter & Gamble, all will be based in Hamilton, Smith noted.
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Written by Mike Rutledge.
Originally published August 17, 2019.