Tiny town, Finnoy, is known by Norwegians as the country’s tomato producing capital.
With one company, Lauvsnes Gartneri, yielding up to 4 million tomatoes each year, this equates to around 1500 tomatoes for each resident of the 2,600-population town.
Holding its own festival to celebrate the rosy-red fruit, Finnoy has decided to merge its penchant for tomato production with a push for a more sustainable agricultural future.
In order to reduce its carbon footprint, Lauvsnes Gartneri has installed new climate technology inside its greenhouses.
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