Hargol is a Grand Challenges Israel winner

Editor’s note: Hargol FoodTech was a recipient of the Israel Innovation Authority Impact Grant.

 

Israel Innovation Authority Announces Nine Recipients of Impact Grants

Among the startups to receive grants of up to $277,000 are companies developing anti-malaria tools, water purifiers, smart soap, and food waste reduction solutions
By Hagar Ravet, Calcalist (20 March 2019)

Israeli government innovation arm the Israel Innovation Authority (IIA) announced Tuesday the winning startups in its Grand Challenges Israel incentive program for companies taking on humanitarian and health challenges. The nine winning companies will receive grants ranging from NIS 500,000 to NIS 1 million (approximately $139,000-$277,000).

About Hargol FoodTech

Hargol FoodTech has developed optimized methods and technology to enable grow large quantities of grasshoppers quickly in captivity under sanitary conditions. The company launched its product in 2018.