VF@RM’s contribution to several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Here’s a breakdown:

  1. SDG 2: Zero Hunger
    • VF@RM promotes vertical farming, which can contribute to reducing hunger by enabling individuals and communities to grow their own food in a sustainable manner.
  2. SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being
    • Access to high-nutrient food, reduction in malnutrition, and the promotion of healthier eating through vertical farming can positively impact health and well-being.
  3. SDG 4: Quality Education
    • VF@RM introduces Agro STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) programs, providing educational opportunities for teachers and students in the field of sustainable agriculture.
  4. SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
    • Vertical farming systems like VGROW INDOOR HEXA can contribute to sustainable urban development by promoting food production within cities, reducing the need for extensive transportation of food.
  5. SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production
    • VGROW INDOOR HEXA promotes responsible consumption by enabling users to grow their own food, reducing the need for extensive production, and encouraging sustainable farming practices.
  6. SDG 13: Climate Action
    • Controlled environment agriculture, as implemented by VF@RM, can have a positive impact on climate action by reducing the carbon footprint associated with traditional agriculture.
  7. SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals
    • VF@RM’s collaborations with entities like APPGM-SDG and partnerships with schools, corporates, and communities demonstrate a commitment to fostering partnerships to achieve common sustainability goals.

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Creating a Green Sustainable Lifestyle for every household


It’s important to note that ESG compliance is an ongoing process, and VF@RM’s commitment to these principles would be reflected in its continuous efforts to enhance sustainability, social responsibility, and governance within its operations and offerings. 

Environmental (E):


  1. Sustainable Agriculture: VF@RM promotes sustainable agriculture through vertical farming, reducing the need for large land areas and minimizing the environmental impact associated with traditional farming.
  2. Resource Efficiency: VGROW INDOOR HEXA is designed to save space, water, and reduce overall resource consumption, contributing to more efficient and sustainable resource use.
  3. Reduced Carbon Footprint: Vertical farming can help reduce the carbon footprint associated with food production and transportation, especially when implemented in urban areas, contributing to climate action.
  4. Chemical-Free Cultivation: VF@RM’s approach to vertical farming emphasizes organic, pesticide-free cultivation, promoting environmentally friendly agricultural practices.
  5. Waste Management: The system incorporates principles of “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,” contributing to effective waste management within the farming process.

Social (S):


  1. Health and Well-Being: By providing easy access to high-nutrient food and promoting healthier eating, VF@RM positively contributes to community health and well-being.
  2. Education: VF@RM introduces Agro STEM programs, contributing to education in sustainable agriculture, especially for teachers and students.
  3. Community Engagement: VF@RM engages with communities, schools, and corporates, fostering partnerships for sustainable agriculture and community development.

Governance (G):


  1. Collaborations and Partnerships: VF@RM’s collaborations with entities like APPGM-SDG, schools, corporates, and communities demonstrate a commitment to partnerships for achieving common sustainability goals.
  2. Transparency: VF@RM’s commitment to sustainability and its efforts to fulfill SDGs demonstrate transparency in its mission and operations.
  3. Innovation and Adaptability: The development of VGROW INDOOR HEXA showcases VF@RM’s innovation in providing scalable and adaptable solutions for sustainable agriculture.
  4. Regulatory Compliance: VF@RM operates within the regulatory framework and standards related to agriculture and environmental impact.

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