This website is owned and operated by Cambridge Crops, Inc., d/b/a Mori (“Cambridge Crops” or “Mori”).
Here at Mori, we respect your privacy.
In order to show our respect to your privacy, we’ve organized our site so that you don’t have to identify yourself just to view the website. We may ask you for your information, sometimes, but it will be clear when we’re doing so. And if you do choose to provide personally identifiable information, we’ll only use it so that we may better serve you.
Mori will not collect your personally identifiable information unless you choose to willingly disclose the information. For example, we have a “contact us” page on our website. You could include personally identifiable information on that page, which will be then shared with Mori (but only after you give us permission by sending us that message).
We will not sell or rent your personally identifiable information to anyone. Period.
We’ll only use your information to (1) respond to you, or (2) better serve you and the relationship we’re brokering. We might use the information to update you on new lines of products, personalize our website for you, or give you information on certain announcements.
In this day and age, we understand you might be concerned with information security. It’s natural—just like the silk proteins we use to extend shelf-life. Rest assured that Mori will take all reasonable measures which we believe are necessary to protect your information from loss, misuse, alteration, or destruction.
Our website may contain links to other sites, not operated by Mori. Those websites may belong to companies who may or may not be affiliated with Mori. We do not share responsibility for the privacy practices employed by those websites and so cannot speak to them. We encourage you to read those privacy policies before submitting any personally identifiable information to those websites.
We get it, kids like saving the world too. We do not knowingly collect personal information from any child under the age of 18 via this website. If you’re under 18, please be sure to ask your parents or guardians for assistance before submitting any information on our website (or any other site). Also, ask them about recycling and composting. Dream big!
Unless otherwise expressly noted, all of the content on this website (including but not limited to: the content, text, images, information, trademarks, trade dress, look-and-feel, selection and arrangement, data, design, organization, and other materials) is owned by Mori and/or its affiliates, subsidiaries, licensors, licensees, and parents. The content is protected under U.S. and international copyright, patent, trademark, trade dress, trade secret, and/or other intellectual property laws. In fact, here are some legal bits:
Copyright © 2020, Cambridge Crops, Inc. All rights reserved.
All names, logos, trademarks, service marks, taglines, or trade names contained in this site are owned or licensed by Mori and may not be used without our prior written approval.
Mori’s technology is covered by a strong international portfolio of patents, applications, trade secrets, and trademarks. Among the public portfolio are multiple valid US patents, as well as valid patents in Canada, Australia, China, the EU, and Japan, including but not limited to:
U.S. Pat. Nos. 8,354,501; 9,731,052; 10,271,561; 7,635,755; 9,084,840; 8,742,069; 9,623,147; 10,314,938; 8,614,293 | Australia Pat. Nos. 2014/233,480; 2012/356,198 | Canada Pat. Nos. 2,645,934; 2,562,415 | China Pat. No. 2015/10,559,840.6 | EU Pat. Nos. 2,699,266; 2,970,411 | Japan Pat. Nos. 6,170,906; 6,457,842; 4,698,596.
Additional intellectual property has been and is continuously being filed in those regions plus Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Hong Kong, India, South Korea, and other target geographies; with prosecution ongoing. Mori continues to invest in its intellectual property portfolio. For a more accurate IP picture, please contact [email protected].
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How to contact us:
We’d love to hear from you! Feel free to reach out via email at [email protected], or in writing to: 440 Rutherford Avenue, Suite 400, Boston MA 02129 (Attention: Mori Legal Group).