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  • Sprout AI (BYFM) has released its 2021/2022 Environmental, Social & Governance Corporate Policy
  • The policy details Sprout’s ESG practices in areas including environmental impact, health & safety, diversity, community, equity & inclusion, anti-corruption, and employee engagement
  • The company’s mission is to continue to grow the most innovative vertical indoor farming company
  • The company will report its ESG scores at its annual general meeting scheduled for August 25th
  • Sprout AI is a vertical farming technology company
  • Shares of Sprout AI Inc. (BYFM) opened trading at C$0.115

Sprout AI (BYFM) has released its 2021/2022 Environmental, Social & Governance Corporate Policy.

The policy details the company’s ESG practices in key areas that include environmental impact, health & safety, diversity, community, equity & inclusion, anti-corruption, and employee engagement.

Chris Bolton, Chairman and CEO of Sprout AI sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the policy.

Sprout AI’s vision is to continually innovate and provide the best vertical indoor farming technology that will ensure that anyone, virtually anywhere, can reliably produce high-quality, affordably priced produce.

The company’s mission is to continue to grow the most innovative vertical indoor farming company to ensure that every continent can experience the benefits of vertical cultivation within their local communities by the year 2050.

Sprout AI is committed to establishing the highest environmental, social, and governance (ESG) scores for its industry. The company will report its ESG scores at its annual general meeting scheduled for August 25, 2022.

Sprout AI is a vertical farming technology company that designs and manufactures sustainable and scalable AI-controlled cultivation equipment for indoor farming.

Shares of Sprout AI Inc. (BYFM) opened trading at C$0.115.

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