Bonbio presents circular farming at IKEA One Home, One Planet Days in Kaarst, Germany.
Today, Wednesday 27 March 2019, IKEA Sweden is harvesting and serving its own home-grown lettuce for the first time. Working with Bonbio as its circular farming partner, IKEA is trialling the growth of lettuce in containers outside its department stores in Malmö and Helsingborg. The farming takes place in a circular cycle, with the nutrients being extracted from food waste.
IKEA is about to become self-sufficient in terms of lettuce as part of its sustainability strategy. In 2019, lettuce will be grown in containers outside its department stores in Malmö and Helsingborg. This project is being implemented in partnership with Bonbio.
Bonbio is growing almost as quickly as our leafy greens! We are waiting to welcome two new containers to our Helsingborg site.
We are proud to announce our latest partnership with Mölle Krukmakeri & Café, which is serving basil and lettuce grown using the Bonbio circular system.
Bonbio is one of the first suppliers to provide leafy greens to Moi Korean in Copenhagen.
Will you be in Höganäs this summer? If so, don’t miss Bonbio’s herbs and lettuces!
Following on from herbs such as basil and mint, lettuce is now being grown at our facility in Helsingborg using our circular farming system.
Bonbio is working on circular farming of herbs and lettuces in partnership with Grand Hôtel Mölle and Höganäs Saluhall.
We are just starting to sow our first herbs, and first up is basil.
Our first cultivation container has arrived at our site near Helsingborg. We are getting ready for circular farming all year round!