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The current food system is broken. It accounts for 1/3 of green house gas emissions and requires massive amounts of water and land.
Regenergy Frövi solves part of this puzzle by using waste heat, renewable electricity and, shortening the distance from production to plate. This way, Regenergy Frövi contributes to increased self- sufficiency, less transports and new jobs.
In less then a year, about every tenth tomato in Sweden will be produced in Frövi.
Locally produced tomatoes made using industrial waste heat
Regenergy Frövi uses industrial waste heat from a paper mill, and renewable electricity to produce vegetables in greenhouses. It will deliver sustainable vegetables, increased circularity and hundreds of local jobs. The first of two greenhouses is 100 000m2 big and will produce 8000 tonnes of tomatoes every year. Production start 2024.
Collaboration partners include: Billerud, Lindesberg municipality, Linde Energi and Region Örebro.
The operation in Frövi will be run by Food Ventures
Total investment approximately 1 400 MSEK.
Tomato production planned to start in April 2024.
Production starts 2024. Industrial-scale circularity so real you can put it on a pizza.
We're now completing the construction of Regenergy Frövi phase one. This year, the production will start. This facility is only the first of many to come and brings large-scale circular systems out of the realm of possibility and into today’s pressing business and climate needs.
Frövi is located in Lindesberg municipality, Sweden.
Welcoming Food Ventures
The greenhouses in Frövi will be operated by Food Ventures. A global leader in greenhouse growing, specialized in continuously supplying fresh and tasty vegetables, grown sustainably in high-tech greenhouses.
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