Little Leaf Farms, the country's #1 brand of packaged lettuce sustainably grown through controlled environment agriculture (CEA), has raised $300 million in new capital, with equity financing led by The Rise Fund, TPG's multi-sector global impact investing strategy, and debt funding from Bank of America.
Strella Biotechnology, Inc., developer of proprietary produce sensor technology designed to reduce food waste and improve quality, today announced the close of a Series A funding round totaling $8 million.
Cox Enterprises announced a significant strategic investment in Mucci Farms, a 60-year industry leader with a network of thousands of acres of indoor grown fruits and vegetables. As a long-term operator and investor, Cox is uniquely positioned and committed to partnering with Mucci Farms to scale and meet growing consumer demand.
Agro Vision Corp. has successfully closed a $210 million syndicated financing that will fund the next phases of its ambitious global growth plan.
Grosvenor Food & AgTech has added supply chain and eCommerce food technology business GrubMarket – which provides software and services that better connect food producers, suppliers and customers – to its portfolio of innovative food and agtech companies that are reshaping how we grow and access foods that are better for our health, better for the planet and able to improve producer economics.
Seso, the workforce management platform for agriculture, announced today that it has closed $25 million in Series A funding.
Vertical Harvest, Inc., a hydroponic, vertical farming company based in Jackson, Wyoming, today announced the closing of an $8.35 million Series A preferred stock investment.
Strategic Sourcing International, LLC (SSI), a Delaware Corporation announces that it has secured funding for future investments in all facets of the produce supply chain.
Future Crops announces a new investment round led by Tencent to accelerate growth. Future Crops is shaping the future of agriculture and our food system, making it more safe, resilient, and efficient.
Mori, a food technology company focused on extending shelf-life to reduce waste and create more sustainable supply chains, today announced it has raised $50 Million in Series B1 financing.