Urban Produce Looks to Hire Experienced Growers for Expansion Into Other Countries

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Irvine, CA, September 2016 – Urban Produce, Orange County’s CEA indoor organic vertical farm has entered into phase two of its expansion program and is now looking to hire experienced CEA vertical growers to support its licensees worldwide. Prospective growers will attend Urban Produce University in Irvine, CA in preparation to deploy and work for one of our prospective licensees in China, Canada, Mexico and Japan in 2017.


Since Urban Produce launched in January 2015, the company has seen significant growth and now looks to move into phase two of expansion based on the continued interest internationally. Urban Produce currently holds patents in seven different countries including the U.S. and Canada.

“As we move into the next phase of our business we look forward to building vertical growing units all over the world,” commented Ed Horton, President and CEO of Urban Produce.

With worldwide population projected to increase by 70% by 2050, Urban Produce’s plans for expansion will help combat the global hunger crisis and eradicate food deserts by radically changing the way produce is grown, transported and consumed. “Our goal of sustainability incorporates our atmospheric water generation and the use of solar-generated power in order to build anywhere,” states Horton.

For employment opportunities, resumes may be submitted to info@urbanproduce.com.




Urban Produce is a Controlled Environmental Agriculture (CEA) vertical grower located in Irvine, CA. Their patented “in-motion” High Density Vertical Growing System allows them to produce live, organic, non-GMO produce year round. Their mission is to globalize locally grown organic produce by building vertical growing systems all over the world, thus stimulating economies and creating local jobs all while reducing agriculture’s carbon footprint. For more information, please visit www.urbanproduce.com, or connect with Urban Produce on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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