The Manna CEA mission is to
create more agricultural value-added products and contribute to food security by providing technology and knowledge that fulfill the needs of future agricultural market.

Technologies of Manna CEA provide agricultural production methods that was previously considered impossible. Research on environmental and aquaponics nutrient control technology, cultivation tools, and seeds lead to sustainable and high productivity.

From Kazakhstan to Saudi Arabia, people across the world use our growing technologies to produce high-quality healthy products for their consumers.

Manna CEA's technology goes beyond improving agricultural productivity. We also care about future of farmers, living in rural areas by providing a wide range of assistance. We believe that this helps them to come up with more creative approaches in agriculture.

Our commitment to R&D, the application of technologies in a variety of industries, and the process of harmonizing farmers' experiences and concerns with technology create space for changes in agricultural practices around the world.

Manna CEA head office is located in Jincheon, Chungcheongbuk-do, Republic of Korea. Utilization of our experience and insights gained through crop cultivation and data collection from our farms provide us a better understanding of the agricultural ecosystem and environment than any other company that produces same technologies. Having discovered the structural problems coming from economic crisis for the global agricultural society in 2009, Manna CEA has now grown into a company that transforms the agricultural society with more than 80 outstanding researchers and agricultural specialists. Our team continues to respond to farmers feedback and reflect them by developing sustainable and productive technologies. The products produced by Manna CEA are recognized by hundreds of thousands of consumers through the Salading and mannabox brands.

Being an expert in cultivation of salad greens, strawberries, and pharmaceutical cannabis, we will continue to expand our cultivation crops types, ultimately accelerating the realization of high-efficiency production and distribution of products.