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  • Sprout Stack brings farm-fresh produce to Aussie cities
  • Sprout Stack brings farm-fresh produce to Aussie cities
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Sprout Stack brings farm-fresh produce to Aussie cities

As Australians continue to worry about climate change, especially after the 2020 fires, sustainability has become a priority when it comes to their food choices. Agtech start-up Sprout Stack answers the call for hyper-local and eco-friendly food by growing produce vertically in shipping containers.

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