We’re building a deliciously sustainable future. One farm at a time.
In a world of growing population, depleting resources, erratic weather & increasing pollution, we farm using the right technology, making communities self-sufficient & resilient. Our farms are close to communities so that we can harvest & deliver produce within a few hours, enabling a farm-to-table experience like no other!
It all starts with a seed and a ton of love.
Apart from using only non-GMO varieties, what makes us unique is the process of seed & cultivar selection. We select varieties for superior flavour & nutrition.
That’s a promise.
We farm in protected environments, making it impossible for pests to find their way in. This means we never need pesticides, insecticides, or herbicides. We test for pesticide and heavy metal residue once a month, so our community is sure they are eating the safest food ever.
A gentle human touch
Our technology controls all parameters of a plant’s lifecycle. But, we strongly believe that humans make the best farmers. And that’s why we perfectly balance technology with human involvement to ensure that our crops get all the love and care they can get.
Your choices matter.
You create change with every choice.
Every purchase from Herbivore Farms is a vote.
Towards good health, local food & sustainable farming.
Growing more with less
Our crops are irrigated using a closed-loop recirculating system. This enables us to grow more while using under 10% the water traditional farms use. We take it a step further by using technology to capture the water lost during evapo-transpiration, and then feed it back to our plants.
We condense acres of farmland into tiny industrial warehouses by vertically stacking crops. This means we can grow a minimum of 10x more than your traditional farm, no matter the season.
We use recyclable grade plastic for all our packaging. We encourage our community to return the packaging to us, which is recycled to make new packaging.
Localised food production
If COVID-19 taught us anything, it’s the need for self-sufficient communities.
Farming within & close to cities enables us to overcome the challenges of long distribution chains. This means less nutritional loss, less wastage, fewer hands touching your food, no more middlemen and reduced carbon miles.