From a letter to Thomas Jefferson from George Washington
Food deserts the world over dont have ready access to fresh fruits or vegetables. The supply chain is simply too distant in order to get the food to its final destination in a timely manner. So, as a result, not a lot of places stock items that go bad after a day or show up already browning.
The solution is simple: CEI is supplying residents with their own greenhouses designed to grow the items needed for grocery stores and restaurants. Meaning that the whole city benefits from individuals growing food in their yards. The individual benefits as we purchase these items from them, making a low stress job for some extra income and their own grown foods as well.
New innovations in energy, smog elimination, water purification and more amount to one thing: Shelf Farming.
Growing food in specialized enclosures that utilize CO2 rather than burying it. Polluted soil transitioned into farm fresh soil by allowing certain plants to pull the contaminants out. Industrial crops grown faster to spur the economy. UV lamps powered by zero-emission energy. The best part is that it's all byproduct formed of our other efforts in the cities.
Crops grown in drier rural areas can still reap the benefits of our systems. Covered and lined to protect from the elements, our enclosures create a safe place for crops to grow while allowing for ease of access. In third world countries our enclosures protect food producing crops from bad weather, locusts and other harmful insects.
Meanwhile our all natural pest repellent negates the need for chemicals of any kind while keeping bees safe from harm.
Even in major commercial farms, too large for enclosures, we provide the latest innovations. Farm hands now supervise automated harvesters and planters. Dusting drones save millions of dollars and are much safer than plane dusting.
With easier work and the same workforce, yields will skyrocket and more food will ship to more countries, easing world hunger.