Indoor farming startup Nebullam has expanded its services to Iowa City and Coralville the company announced this week.
Nebullam was founded in 2017, with a focus on improving indoor farming technologies. Today, Nebullam owns and operates its flagship indoor farm and corporate headquarters within the Iowa State University Research Park.
The company’s first delivery to the Iowa City and Coralville areas took place on January 28.
At this time, anyone in the Iowa City, Coralville and Cedar Rapids areas can visit EatLettuce.com and sign up for a subscription. For Iowa City, Coralville, and Cedar Rapids areas, the company is offering every-other-week delivery, taking place on Fridays.
Nebullam’s current product offerings include red butterhead lettuce; mild and sweet oak leaf lettuce; rainbow chard, nutrient-rich microgreen varieties of broccoli sprouts, micro radish, and pea shoots; as well as tomatoes (which currently have a waitlist).
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