California farming startup begins selling vegetables grown by a ROBOT

Daily Mail - Science & tech 

Vegetables sold by California-based startup Iron Ox might be organic, but the farmer cultivating them is far from it. The company behind the robotic and hydroponic farming system is now taking the first step towards going to market in California. According to a report from The Verge, Iron Ox is partnering with Bay Area produce purveyors Bianchini's Market, to put several varieties of its robot-grown leaf greens on shelves for the first time. For now, Iron Ox's greens will come in the three different varieties: red-veined sorrel, Genevieve basil, and baby lettuce, at prices that are competitive with those at shoppers' average Whole Foods. Iron Ox will begin selling its robot-farmed produce in California for the first time.