Robot Food Startups Have a New Pitch: No Humans Touch Your Lunch
The GUSS (Global Unmanned Spray System) autonomous orchard sprayer is demonstrated during the World Agriculture Expo. (Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg)

Robot Food Startups Have a New Pitch: No Humans Touch Your Lunch

(Bloomberg) -- Vertical agriculture company Plenty Inc. has an unusual selling point: Its crops of arugula, kale and microgreens are grown in an indoor farm run by robots. That hasn’t always been a...
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