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Founded Year

2013

Stage

Series D | Alive

Total Raised

$601.59M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$200M | 2 yrs ago

About InFarm

InFarm operates as a vertical farming start-up providing the tools to grow fresh plants produce indoors for urban communities. It combines food technology production and sustainable design to create highly efficient vertical farms in cities. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Berlin, Germany.

Headquarters Location

Colditzstrasse 30

Berlin, 12099,

Germany

+49 (30) 9919165 90

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Industrials / Agriculture Tech

The indoor and vertical farming market involves the practice of growing crops in controlled indoor environments, utilizing technologies such as hydroponics, aeroponics, and vertical farming systems. This market addresses concerns about food insecurity, nutrition, and hunger while also providing solutions for issues such as the use of resources, reliability, and flavor. With a focus on health, sust…

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Research containing InFarm

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned InFarm in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Jun 9, 2022.

Expert Collections containing InFarm

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

InFarm is included in 4 Expert Collections, including Agriculture Technology (Agtech).

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Agriculture Technology (Agtech)

2,091 items

Companies in the agtech space, such as equipment manufacturers, surveying drones, geospatial intelligence firms, and farm management platforms

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Unicorns- Billion Dollar Startups

1,222 items

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Grocery Retail Tech

648 items

Startups providing B2B solutions to grocery businesses to improve their store and omni-channel performance. Includes customer analytics platforms, in-store robots, predictive inventory management systems, online enablement for grocers and consumables retailers, and more.

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Food & Beverage

2,801 items

Startups in the food & beverage space, including alternative proteins, vertically-farmed produce, functional beverages and more.

InFarm Patents

InFarm has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Agriculture
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Sustainable technologies
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/30/2015

12/17/2019

Fluid dynamics, Leaf vegetables, Rotation, Chili peppers, Medicinal plants

Grant

Application Date

7/30/2015

Grant Date

12/17/2019

Title

Related Topics

Fluid dynamics, Leaf vegetables, Rotation, Chili peppers, Medicinal plants

Status

Grant

Latest InFarm News

The Week in AgriFoodTech: Paine Schwartz launches $1.7bn agrifood fund, Cricket One unveils new plant, Infarm ‘declared bankrupt’

Sep 28, 2023

Image credit: Traceless Materials The Week in AgriFoodTech: Paine Schwartz launches $1.7bn agrifood fund, Cricket One unveils new plant, Infarm ‘declared bankrupt’ September 28, 2023 Agrifood’s biggest news this week is PE firm Paine Schwartz closing its $1.7 billion food- and agribusiness-focused fund. Fund VI is “exclusively focused on sustainable investments” in food and agribusiness, and the firm has already deployed 40% of the capital to the likes of AgroFresh, Costa Group and others. Elsewhere, Tikehau Capital invested in a biologicals startup, vertical farming company Infarm was declared bankrupt, and agrifoodtech layoffs continued. Image credit: BioLumic Funds, grants & accelerators 🇺🇸 Paine Schwartz raises $1.7 billion fund for food and agriculture. Fund VI is now the largest fund dedicated to investing across agrifood the food system. ( Wall Street Journal ) 🇺🇸 Ag biotech startup BioLumic receives grant funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation . The capital will use BioLumic’s UV light seed treatment technology on rice. ( Yahoo Finance ) 🇺🇸 Danone Institute North America awards $250,000 to five university teams. Teams each received $50,000 to advance solutions around local food security. ( PR Newswire ) 🇺🇸  ADM and Syngenta Group sign MOU to support low-carbon oilseeds. The new varieties such as Camelina will meet growing demand for biofuels and other products. ( Feedstuffs ) M&A, IPOs & partnerships 🇺🇸 Harpe Bioherbicide Solutions signs agreement with the Broad Institute and Corteva . The partnership will focus on CRISPR and other gene-editing tools to further develop Harpe’s herbicide-tolerant crop systems. ( PR Newswire ) 🇺🇸 Food-as-Medicine benefits platform Tangelo acquires digital health platform Diet ID for an undisclosed sum. ( PRNewswire ) Defatted cricket powder (70% protein). Image credit: Cricket One Foodtech funding 🇦🇹 Kern Tec bags €12 million ($12.6 million) for alt-dairy products made from upcycled fruit pits. Telos Impact led the Series A, which Kern Tec will use to expand its product lineup. ( Vegconomist ) 🇬🇧 Microbiome data science platform Eagle Genomics raises £3 million (USD $4 million) from existing investors. The company also has a new CEO, Dr. Victoria Kimonides. ( Cambridge Network ) 🇳🇿 Scentian Bio raises $2.1 million seed round to develop biosensors for food quality control. Finistere Ventures  and  Toyota Ventures led the seed round. ( AgFunderNews ) 🇬🇧 MarraBio scoops up £500,000 ($606,000) to develop a protein alternative for biomed research and cultivated meat. Maven Capital Partners , Northstar Ventures & others backed the seed round. ( UKTN ) 🇻🇳 Edible insect startup Cricket One secures undisclosed “seven-figure” series A led by investor Robert Alexander Stone. Cricket One has opened “Asia’s largest” cricket-processing facility for human and pet food. ( AgFunderNews ) Image credit: Traceless Materials Agtech funding 🇫🇷 PE firm Tikehau Capital commits €120 million ($128 million) to biologicals company Biobest . This is Tikehau Capital’s private equity regenerative agriculture strategy’s first investment in regen ag. ( MarketScreener ) 🇩🇪 Traceless Materials lands €36.6 million ($38.4 million) series A for plastic alternative. Helskinki-based private equity firm United Bankers and France’s Swen Capital Partners . ( Tech.eu ) 🇨🇭 🇺🇸 Atinary Technologies secures $5 million seed round led by AgFunder . Atinary deploys machine learning (ML) to accelerate the materials discovery process. ( AgFunderNews ) 🇮🇹 Evja secures €4.2 million ($4.4 million) pre-series A to scale up its precision ag for the horticulture market. Cdp Venture Capital , SEFEA Impact and others participated. ( Evja LinkedIn ) 🇺🇸 Sentinel Fertigation lands $2.5 million from Homegrown Capital , Grit Road Partners & others. The startup will use the funding to expand market reach of its nitrogen management software. ( Fertilizer Daily ) 🇨🇭 Pymwymic makes undisclosed investment in precision ag startup Vivent . Vivent will use the funds to further develop its “wearable” devices to improve plant signaling ( Pymwymic ) Image credit: Getir Other news 🇩🇪 Vertical farming startup InFarm “declared bankrupt” according to official documents. The company is reportedly focusing solely on the Middle East. ( Sifted ) 🇻🇳 Baemin Vietnam , the joint venture between Delivery Hero and Woowa Brothers , slashes jobs. The delivery firm cited “intense competition” and high consumer expectations” as reasons. ( Tech in Asia ) 🇸🇬 Foodpanda slashes its workforce to “become leaner.” Parent company Delivery Hero is considering selling the company, with Grab as a possible buyer. ( CNBC ) 🇺🇸 Kellogg launches new plant-based burger to attract more omnivores. The company claims its new MorningStar item includes “beefy flavor and a texture similar to real meat.” ( Food Dive ) 🇸🇬 Plant-based foods maker TiNDLE starts production in North America. The TiNDLE Breakfast Sausage product will be entirely developed and manufactured on the continent. ( Vegconomist ) 🇬🇧 Cultivated meat company Extracellular opens “Europe’s largest” pilot facility. The facility will provide development, scale-up and contract manufacturing services. ( Alt-Meat ) 🇺🇸 🇪🇺 Uber Eats , Getir strike deal for speedy grocery delivery in Europe. The partnership will start in the UK and expand to other European markets where the two services co-exist. ( The Grocer ) 🇺🇸 HowGood announces sustainability software for food companies. The new platform will help businesses measure carbon emissions to align with new SBTi FLAG guidance. ( GlobalNewswire ) 🇮🇩 EdenFarm ends B2B produce distribution outside Jakarta, lays off 300. The company will pivot to sell its brand of packaged seasonings instead. ( Tech in Asia ) 🇧🇪 The Sustainable Agriculture Initiative (SAI) launches framwork for regenerative agriculture. Major CPGs including PepsiCo , Unilever and others are participating. ( GreenBiz )

InFarm Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was InFarm founded?

    InFarm was founded in 2013.

  • Where is InFarm's headquarters?

    InFarm's headquarters is located at Colditzstrasse 30, Berlin.

  • What is InFarm's latest funding round?

    InFarm's latest funding round is Series D.

  • How much did InFarm raise?

    InFarm raised a total of $601.59M.

  • Who are the investors of InFarm?

    Investors of InFarm include Atomico, Hanaco Venture Capital, Lightrock, Bonnier Ventures, AENU and 21 more.

  • Who are InFarm's competitors?

    Competitors of InFarm include AeroFarms, Babylon Micro-Farms, Ynsect, Plenty, iFarm and 11 more.

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