Ocado invests in indoor farming

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  • Tuesday, 11 Jun 2019

LONDON: Ocado Group Plc is investing in a pair of vertical-farming ventures as the UK maker of online retail technologies branches out following its mammoth deal with Marks & Spencer Group Plc.

The company said it bought a 58% stake in Jones Foods Co, Europe’s largest operating vertical farm, based in Scunthorpe, England.

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