Trendlines and Trendlines Agtech portfolio company are both featured in this look at how Israel’s kibbutz “movement is integrating into the local tech and startup ecosystem.”
BioFishency completed an investment round of $2.4 million, led by a private investor from China, Aqua-Spark, and The Trendlines Group.
Hargol FoodTech is one of start-ups that will receive a grant up to ~$277,000 from the Israel Innovation Authority (IIA).
VP Business Development Trendlines Agtech Sarai Kemp predicts these two sectors are “ripe for disruption.”
Food Navigator looks at Phytolon’s “novel technology that could make natural colors more cost effective.”
FruitSpec is AgFunder’s Agrifood Tech Startup Spotlight.
Here is our 10 Companies to Watch January 2019 update.
AgFunder featured exclusive coverage of ViAqua’s investment from Singapore-based VisVires New Protein.
IntraFish featured BioFishency’s “plug-and-play filter system” for aquaculture.
We advised, judged, and presented on panels and showcases at the Agri-Food Innovation Week in Singapore, 27-29 November.