High-momentum startups like Bowery and Bright Farms are shortening supply chains with modular, tech-enabled indoor farms.
Startups like Impossible Foods, Ripple, and Memphis Meats are engineering new protein sources that take the animal out of the supply chain.
From analyzing millions of satellite images to finding healthy strains of plant microbiome, these startups have raised over $500M to bring AI and robotics to agriculture.
Corporate investors such as Mitsui, Monsanto, and Syngenta have backed startups improving irrigation, crop spraying, harvesting, and more.
From Magic Leap to Zoox to Numecent, we used the CB Insights database to uncover more details about these covert startups.
Interest in ag tech has picked up dramatically in the last few years. Here are the trends to understand.
We identified the 16 most active agricultural and chemical corporates and corporate venture arms participating in private market investing.