Tag Archives: aquaculture

Startup Europe Smart Agrifood Summit

Startup Europe Smart Agrifood Summit, an industry leading exhibition in creating innovative ecosystems in the European and Global Agrifood sector. The cities digital transformation is nowadays a reality. Now our bet is for the agrifood sector digital transformation.

F³ (Farm-Fish-Food) Tech Pre-Accelerator

A free six-week program is offered online from June 4 to July 18. The program is designed to help entrepreneurs, students and start-ups define and develop ideas to demonstrate proof-of-concept for business models or technologies in the emerging F³ Tech sectors of agriculture, aquaculture and environmental science.

UPDATE: Aqua-Spark Invests in 2 Aquaculture Tech Startups: BioFishency’s $2.4m Series A & Molofeed

**UPDATED: MARCH 27, 13:55 ET. Added additional Aqua-Spark investment announced today, and corrected Aqua-Spark’s assets under management to €72.5m**

BioFishency, an aquaculture filtration technology startup, has raised $2.4 million in funding from global seafood tech investor Aqua-Spark, The Trendlines Group and a private Chinese investor.

AgriFood News Aggregator: Chowbotics Raises $11m, IoT for Food Safety, Millennial Food, Driverless Tractors, more

The AgriFood News Aggregator features headlines from around the globe collected on AgFunder’s news sharing platform #feedit each week. Have news to share? Post it here and engage, share, and debate with your peers.

Ag Industry Brief: New Venture Fund Eschews NY, CA Startups, Trump to Address Farm Bureau, End of Year M&A, more

J.D. Vance, author of "Hillbilly Elegy" and former Peter Thiel employee, will lead the $150 million Rise of the Rest fund aimed at startups in cities outside California, Massachusetts, and New York, plus more in our weekly brief.

Algae is Poised to Become a Mainstream Food Ingredient if Supply Can Keep Up With Demand

Algae in various forms can be integrated into a wide array of foods and beverages, ranging from veggie shakes and smoothies to meal replacements and the growth potential is limited only by the capacity to establish a robust, ever-expanding supply chain.