UAE’s Pure Harvest Smart Farms to acquire Saudi’s RedSea farm operations

December 11, 2023

UAE-based Pure Harvest Smart Farms and RedSea have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for Pure Harvest to take over RedSea’s existing six-hectare controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) production facility near Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Pure Harvest said the decision to acquire the farming operation will support its transition into a pure-play Agri Climate tech company, while also doubling Pure Harvest’s own Saudi Arabian production capacity.

The UAE-based company will assume operations at RedSea’s Alajaweed Farm near Riyadh in January and will invest in the farm site, including deploying RedSea’s heat-blocking greenhouse roof technology, a statement said.

The deal also secures a 40-hectare land back to develop up to 28 hectares of additional production capacity in the kingdom, Pure Harvest said.

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