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From Jawbone raising $165M but loosing half its valuation, to an inside look at an innovative storage startup that’s reducing produce loss for small-scale farmers, these are last week’s top food tech news and innovation stories.
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Created by 5 students from University of Dhaka in Bangladesh, this alternative storage unit lowers post-harvest losses for small-scale farmers via solar power.
BlueCart’s free supplier management platform lets restaurants & foodservice order from all their suppliers and analyze spending from a central dashboard.
In 2016, investors predict AgTech entrepreneurs and investors will be focused on more controlled ways to grow food and to ensure its safety across the supply chain.
The online seller of movie tickets and restaurant bookings raised capital from range of investors.
The online grocer is making a play for more last-minute shoppers with delivery in as little as one hour.
Benson Hill Biosystems co-founder Matthew B. Crisp reflects on the state of fundraising for AgTech startups.
Funding came from Kuwait Investment Authority. The terms of the deal drop Jawbone’s valuation by half but give employees a larger pool of equity, causing their shares to maintain value.