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MetoMotion closes $5 million investment led by Ridder and Navus

Greenhouse labor costs comprise up to 50% of total production costs. Even prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, greenhouse growers faced critical labor problems, namely increasing labor shortages and a

AgroScout raises $7.5 million to expand its AI-based agronomy analytics service

AgroScout, announced today that it has completed a Series A investment round of $7.5 million to expedite the development of its AI cloud platform for remote agronomy, and to …

IBI-Ag completes funding round for its new class of bioinsecticides

Financing will support the commercialization of the first product aimed at improving health in shrimp and support the development of additional products to improve aquatic animal health and nutrition.

ViAqua Therapeutics announces $4.3 million investment led by S2G Ventures for its RNA-based aquaculture health platform

Financing will support the commercialization of the first product aimed at improving health in shrimp and support the development of additional products to improve aquatic animal health and nutrition.

Trendlines Agrifood Fund invests in PlanetWatchers

PlanetWatchers Aim to Radically Change Crop Monitoring; First Application to Analyze Crop Insurance Claims in an Hour. Trendlines invested alongside Seraphim Capital, Creative Ventures and Ridgeline in the pre-A series funding round of US$3.5m to support PlanetWatchers’ growth plans.

Mitsubishi Corporation eyes agrifood innovation through partnership with Trendlines Agrifood

Mitsubishi Corporation Eyes Agrifood Innovation Through Partnership with Trendlines Agrifood

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Phytolon secures $4.1 million in funding

Phytolon announced that it secured $4.1 million in funding for its fermentation-based technology for the production of food colors.

Insectta enters next phase of expansion with production of Black Soldier Fly-derived Chitosan

Insectta is making leaps and bounds in food waste recycling work with their army of insects.

Plague to protein: Israeli firm seeks to put locusts on the menu

From biblical plague to modern day protein, one Israeli firm wants to make locusts a sustainable food choice in the Holy Land and beyond.