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Plant Systems

TruLeaf Smart Plant Systems® integrate proprietary innovations in
equipment design, farm layout, and plant production formulas to produce
clean, pesticide-free, nutrient-rich leafy plants year-round.

For Biomedical

The controlled conditions of our Smart Plant Systems®, combined with our proprietary expertise and formulations in plant production formulae, ensure a stable supply of plant-based raw materials of the highest quality and consistency. And with the flexibility to locate a multi-level farm anywhere, plants can be grown right at an existing manufacturing facility.

Plus, no industry can benefit more from our ongoing investment in R&D. Whether it’s developing new varieties or maximizing specific compounds within a plant, TruLeaf’s unique farms offer exciting new opportunities for the healthcare sector.

For Grocery & Wholesale

TruLeaf’s systems offer the opportunity to grow a sustainable year-round supply of leafy plants to replace or enhance current sources. Our multi-level farms can be built anywhere, offering the key advantage of growing closer to your market, which maximizes freshness while reducing transportation costs and spoilage.

Our goal is not to displace local fruits and vegetables. Our goal is to enhance it with year-round agriculture and reduce reliance on imported produce.

Although engineered for mass markets, the opportunities are not limited to grocery and large-scale food producers. TruLeaf’s system can also fit in the development of E-food business, which is rapidly growing.

For Remote Communities

Globally, there are many areas dependent on costly importation of fresh food. Remote communities are isolated from the transport-dependent supply chain, leading to skyrocketing produce costs and families that cannot afford the nutrition they need.

These same areas often have little arable land or limited growing seasons, particularly in northern/southern or arid portions of the world.

TruLeaf Smart Plant Systems® can offer remote communities the opportunity for local vegetable production, decreasing dependence on transport chains, and increasing access to nutritious food.