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Orlando, FL USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Kalera's estimated annual revenue is currently $17.8M per year.(?)
  • Kalera's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Kalera has 66 Employees.(?)
  • Kalera grew their employee count by 89% last year.
  • Kalera currently has 10 job openings.

Kalera is a produce grower and a world leader in the science and technology for vertically farming the highest quality produce.\n\nKalera combines the latest data-driven process automation technologies with the science of hydroponics to create the perfect growing conditions for plants to thrive. We give plants everything they need to thrive in nature and in return, they deliver an abundance of clean, fresh, healthy and nutritious produce.\n\nOur produce is virtually perfect because we measure and meter every element they require to grow strong. The cleanroom standards of our growing facilities means that pest don’t chew on our leaves, and we never have to kill them with chemical pesticides. We never use genetically modified seeds. Our plants are the cleanest simply because they are never in contact with dangerous environmental pathogens. This is the future of produce, with our growing environments creating an eternal spring in terms of growing cycles and a resulting abundance of everything we grow available year-round. \n\nOur flagship HyCube model is installed at the Orlando World Center Resort. Every day, that facility provides produce for the largest Marriott resort and conference center in the world. We also support the restaurant and food service trade with the finest possible selection of specialist produce. Chefs can depend on the absolutely dependable consistency from our HyTaste brand of succulent leafy greens, micro greens, baby greens, flowers and vegetables. Kalera is also offering a number of select living plant products to retailers interested in the best locally grown hydroponic produce.\n\nThis is the future of farming and the science of great greens.