SVG Ventures|THRIVE has released its highly anticipated 2023 THRIVE TOP 50 AgTech and FoodTech Reports, which showcase the most innovative, venture-backed scale-ups in the agri-food sector. These companies are transforming the value chain and working towards a sustainable future. The annual lists highlight the best in agriculture and food-focused innovation, with over half of the companies featured being new to the list this year.
To qualify for a spot on the prestigious THRIVE Top 50 listings, companies must have a product in the market, have received at least series A funding, and be prepared to scale. This year’s reports reveal that the companies selected are making a significant impact by addressing some of the planet’s most pressing environmental challenges.
According to John Hartnett, CEO of SVG Ventures|THRIVE, investing in solutions that rethink agriculture and food production systems is vital to solving environmental problems. “The future of our planet relies on transforming how we produce and consume food. By investing in innovative solutions that revolutionize agriculture and food production systems, we can tackle some of the biggest environmental challenges of our time,” Hartnett said.
The THRIVE Top 50 AgTech list includes companies in agribusiness platforms, animal technology, on-farm decision support, automation & robotics, controlled environment agriculture, and novel crop inputs. Some noteworthy companies on the list include AcreTrader, Aruna, Beewise, FarmWise, Monarch Tractor, AeroFarms, Plenty, and AgBiome.
The THRIVE Top 50 FoodTech list features companies in novel ingredients, novel food & beverage, precision nutrition, infrastructure & materials, and next-generation supply chain. This list includes innovative companies such as Calysta, Enough, Impossible Foods, Just Egg, Brightseed, Noom, Apeel, and Afresh.
These annual reports are invaluable resources for those interested in tracking the growth and innovation in the AgTech and FoodTech industries. As companies on the THRIVE Top 50 lists continue to push the boundaries of agriculture and food production, they demonstrate the power of innovation in shaping a sustainable future for all.
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