The German agriculture, energy, and construction conglomerate partnered with Austrian agricultural cooperative RWA Group on the Agro Innovation Lab startup accelerator program earlier this year.
A cautionary tale is quietly making its way around food tech investor communities and conferences. The tale is the story of cleantech.
Drew Fox asks, is farmland investment the best way to access the opportunity in agriculture, or is there a better solution?
Smart farming is the use of digital technologies on the farm to help farmers manage their operations more reliably and efficiently, largely through precision agriculture.
The startup spun out of Vlaams Instituut voor Biotechnologie (VIB), the life sciences research institute founded by the Flemish Government in 1995, and raised all the funding from local Belgian investors.
Arturo Tanus started his job in April 2016 when Chipotle was desperately trying to bring customers back after more than 450 people got sick with food-borne illnesses between August 2015 and February 2016.
FoodBytes and GROW announce competition winners while Nestle and PepsiCo get involved in accelerator programs, and a cannabis accelerator opens for applications.
Agriculture data has been a big disappointment for the majority of farmers, particularly in the US. But there is still much potential if approached the right way, according to Igor Ivanov and Ellen Czaika.
While agtech startup activity tends to concentrate on the two coasts of the US, there are a growing number of rural agtech startups. We speak to three to find out what it's like building a startup outside of San Francisco and New York.
The US agriculture industry has responded to requests for comments about a relaxation in the regulation of genetically engineered (GE) organisms.
Murray Indick is a partner at global law firm Morrison & Foerster and here offers tips on how to launch an agtech startup.
Whole Foods' acquisition by Amazon is a chance for them to restore the best part of the business, with technology and innovation as the driving force, writes Emma Cosgrove.
Since logistics -- how food gets from the farm to our plate -- is just as crucial a part of the food system as the food itself, spoke with an accelerator focusing on it.
The high-cost of customer acquisition and a recent uptick in losses for the five-year-old food tech company could make the decision to list look precarious and spell bad news for competitors also considering listing.
Pat Rogers, a fifth-generation peanut and cotton producer, is the creator and visionary behind AgFuse, a social network for farmers.
Protix farms insects predominantly for animal and aquaculture feed, and has cracked the scalability challenge, according to new investors.
Founder Irving Fain told AgFunderNews that the first priority for the new funds will be staffing up.
Indoor farming is a business and business is hard. Here are five online platforms to help indoor farmers.
Many Brazilian farmers are struggling to stay in business because their working capital is disappearing, writes Ed Siatti.