Launched in 2015, this start-up designs greenhouses for individuals to produce its own food. These greenhouses are connected in order to provide a follow-up to the users and to have an optimal use of their production.
Connected, responsible, autonomous: the greenhouse concept imagined by the Alsatian start-up myfood takes on board the key principles of sustainable production and consumption. It condenses them into a daring hybridization between the worlds of digital and agroecology.
At a time of environmental stagnation in which we are stuck, citizen initiatives are blooming in response on both sides of the territories in the fight against global warming. This is the case of Myfood, a young French sprout.
With an area of 22m2 "this greenhouse can feed a family of 4 people, adds Urban. It produces up to 50 kilos of fish and 350 to 500 kilos of plants a year depending on the varieties. Thus on these famous vertical towers can grow zucchini, salads, cabbages, radishes, aubergines or strawberries ... "Restorers even […]
And if the revolution started in your garden? "This is the question posed by Matthieu Urban, one of the three co-founders of Myfood, in the video presentation of this project. This smart greenhouse must allow individuals to easily grow their own vegetables, and perhaps to achieve food self-sufficiency.
myfood designs connected greenhouses for anyone who wants to grow their own food. Designed to be installed at home, in its terrace or garden, greenhouses offer a perfect environment for growing fruits and vegetables. An ideal tool to become a player of its consumption!
Fresh produce – ideally grown locally right in your backyard – is essential to a healthy diet, but with scores of people either lacking the space, time, or knowledge to cultivate their own food, for many that ideal simply isn’t attainable.
A new collective awareness is emerging – we’re taking control of our food system. Many people, however, seem to believe that food autonomy is out of reach. Some lack knowledge, some lack space, while others lack clear information. But myfood is excited to announce that it’s now possible to produce our own food in a […]