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SVG Ventures Releases 2023 THRIVE TOP 50 AgTech and FoodTech Reports

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16 March 2023, Silicon Valley, CA: SVG Ventures|THRIVE announced the release of their 2023 THRIVE TOP 50 AgTech and FoodTech Reports. For the past six years, SVG VenturesITHRIVE has been publishing the Top 50 AgTech list, and the FoodTech List for three with the objective to highlight the most innovative, venture-backed scale-ups that are transforming the agrifood value chain and are cultivating a path to a sustainable future.

The companies selected for this year’s list are making a significant impact by addressing some of the planet’s most significant environmental challenges. Over half of the companies on this year’s list are new, showcasing the growth and innovation taking place in this space. This annual list showcases the leading global AgTech and FoodTech companies who exemplify the best in agriculture and food-focused innovation. To qualify for a coveted spot on THRIVE’s Top 50 listing, a company must have a product in market, have received a minimum of series A funding, and be ready to scale.

As John Hartnett, CEO of SVG Ventures|THRIVE, points out, investing in solutions that rethink agriculture and food production systems is key to solving environmental problems. This year’s list highlights exceptional companies that are shaping the future of food and agriculture through innovation.

“We believe that the future of our planet relies on transforming the way 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. The 2023 THRIVE TOP 50 AgTech and FoodTech Reports highlight the companies that are leading the way in shaping a sustainable future for all,” said John Hartnett, CEO SVG Ventures | THRIVE.

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