Besides a greenhouse, good growers and good protocols are also needed for food-safe production

Published on 27/07/2021

Mapping and standardizing business protocols are becoming an increasingly important issue, both in terms of food safety and operational security. At the same time, a greenhouse is not an autonomously running object. Cultivation in greenhouses and vertical farms is a lot safer than open cultivation, but you still need a good grower to monitor the cultivation and the nursery.” That’s what crop specialist Tim van Hissenhoven tells when asked about the risk of a salmonella outbreak in a greenhouse or a vertical farm.

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