June 26, 2020

Building a better, stronger and more resilient food system.

Over the last few years we have come to recognize that the federal government plays an important role in food and agriculture policy, and the future of our food system. Given this, we wanted to share our perspective on how Congress can use the next coronavirus economic relief bill to make smart, targeted investments that will reinforce the resilience of the food and agriculture supply chain and support a critical anchor of the U.S. economy.
September 5, 2019

Deal offers lift-off for vertical farming company Intelligent Growth Solutions

… Intelligent Growth Solutions has designed vertical farming systems, lower energy lighting for indoor growing and a range of software to monitor how plants grow … […]
September 5, 2019

New ways to make vertical farming stack up

Cultivating fresh produce in an artificial environment is getting cheaper. Read more about some of the solutions contributing to the commercial viability in the space. read […]
August 22, 2019

Corwin Heatwole believes the home team can produce a better bird

…What makes a certified-organic chicken? No antibiotics. Less-crowded living conditions. Access to pasture and sunlight. Organic feed and bugs and wild greens to munch on. Heatwole’s idea […]
August 22, 2019

Apeel Sciences unveils supplier network

…”Apeel’s supplier network allows us to connect with retailers and other companies who look to technology for solutions that deliver superior products, increase profits and reduce […]
August 14, 2019

Investors put $13M behind Hazel Technologies’ packets to reduce food waste

…Chicago-based startup Hazel Technologies closed a $13 million Series B round of funding for its shelf life-extending sachets. It was led by Pangea Ventures and S2G Ventures… […]