AFN strives to provide holistic coverage of trends and developments across the agrifoodtech ecosystem; but we on the editorial team wouldn’t be able to do it all by ourselves. We rely on the multitude of expert commentaries, opinion pieces, and technical analyses provided by our guest contributors to bring you the best agrifoodtech content out there.
Below is a list of the top 20 most-read guest posts we ran over the past 12 months, with details of the authors. These include several sponsored articles from our network partners, as well as a few investor memos from our colleagues on the AgFunder investment team [disclosure: AgFunder is AFN‘s parent company.]
These are the top 20 most-read guest posts ordered by unique pageviews published on AFN this year; 2021’s top 20 reads from the AFN editorial team will follow tomorrow, along with a breakdown of some of our key readership stats.
5. Indoor agtech: An evolving landscape of 1,300+ startups
Chris Taylor & Michael Rose, The Mixing Bowl
7. AgFunder exit review: John Deere’s $250m acquisition of Bear Flag Robotics
Rob Leclerc, AgFunder
9. Biological innovation is key to the economic & environmental sustainability of CEA
Leonard Lerer, Back of the Yard Algae Sciences
[Disclosure: AgFunder is an investor in Back of the Yard Algae Sciences via the GROW Impact Fund]
10. Investing along the curve: Revealing the best opportunities across the food supply chain
Seana Day & Brita Rosenheim, Culterra Capital
12. Food Waste Market Map: Invest in food waste solutions to fight hunger & climate change
Alexandria Coari, ReFED
13. Why we invested in Purissima
Michael Dean, AgFunder
15. Why it is important to evolve from precision farming to Agriculture 4.0
Filippo Renga, Andrea Bacchetti, & Chiara Corbo, Smart AgriFood Observatory, Politecnico di Milano & University of Brescia; Dana Bonaldi, Digital Innovation Observatories, Politecnico di Milano
17. The 4 paradigms of agriculture: What are you sourcing from?
Ethan Soloviev, HowGood
18. 8 startups reshaping the global food system
19. A new searchable directory focuses on women innovators in agrifoodtech
Amy Wu, From Farms to Incubators & Connie Bowen, AgLaunch
20. Blockchain in agrifood: A great opportunity… disguised as a trend?
Chiara Corbo & Filippo Renga, Smart AgriFood Observatory, Politecnico di Milano & University of Brescia