Agri-tech startup Aibono raises Rs 15 cr for business growth, expansion

Agri-tech startup Aibono has raised USD 2 million (about Rs 15 crore) from investors to fund expansion plan and growth of the business, its founder Vivek Rajkumar said on Friday.

Agri-food tech accelerator selects disruptive start-ups tackling global food challenges

11 Sep 2020 --- Nine European start-ups making waves in the agri-food space have been selected by Dutch tech accelerator StartLife for its 2020 fall cohort.

Digitizing supply chains to lift farmers out of poverty

SourceTrace offers a suite of software tools to improve the profitability, sustainability, and transparency of agricultural supply chains around the world.

Satellite Data Fill the Void of Dwindling Crop Tours

The pandemic is helping to usher in a new era of food-production forecasts that rely more on satellite data and artificial intelligence and less on information gathered by people.

Optimistic about light food and beverage automation, "Little Monster in Tea", which will be put into mass production next year


According to the data of the white paper on new tea consumption in 2019, the potential market scale of China's new tea drinks will be about 50 billion yuan in 2020, and the number of new tea shops will reach 500000 by the end of 2019. When the tea market competition is becoming increasingly fierce, how to grasp the new consumption and new direction has become the core of brand building of new tea. In this track, Little Monster in Tea chooses to start with automation technology.


The 6th anniversary of peninsula tea culture and double festival appreciation will be held from September 11 to 20

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2020 is an extraordinary year. In the face of the epidemic situation, peninsula tea culture Co., Ltd. is going against the trend. In order to thank the new and old customers, we will hold the "6th anniversary of peninsula tea culture and double festival appreciation meeting" from September 11 to 20 to provide a reliable platform for tea lovers to buy high-quality and good tea.

Iron Ox raises $20 million for its robotic farms

Bay Area-based Iron Ox today announced a $20 million Series B. The funding, led by Pathbreaker Venture and family office firms, brings the robotics company’s total funding up to $45 million to date. A number of other investors also took part in the round, including Crosslink Capital, Amplify Partners, ENIAC Ventures, R7 Partners, Tuesday Ventures, At One Ventures and Y Combinator.

Morocco’s OCP to Support Agricultural Cooperatives in Marrakech-Safi

OCP will provide the farmers and cooperatives with high-quality quinoa seeds for the 2019-2020 agricultural season.


Study: COVID-19 Economic Impact $2.5 Trillion Loss in Goods, Services

COVID-19 is expected to reduce the U.S. gross domestic product, GDP, by $2.5 trillion and employment by 19 million full-time equivalent jobs over the next year, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife coordinated study.

Biofuels are the Key for Successful Agriculture

With challenges like unpredictable weather patterns, international trade wars, regulatory uncertainty at home and now a global pandemic, to say it is harder than ever to be an American farmer would be a vast understatement. It is even harder to be a profitable American farmer.