IFA Fund invests $6 mn in agritech start-up Ecozen's Series-A financing

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Agritech start-up Ecozen, which helps farmers who grow perishables to increase their yields, store their produce longer, and realise higher prices, on Thursday announced it has completed $6-million Series-A fundraise after receiving investment from Sathguru Catalyser’s Innovation in Food & Agriculture Fund (IFA Fund).

This funding is on top of the investment received in July 2019 from Caspian and the Hivos-Triodos Fund.

Omnivore, which invested in Ecozen in 2015, also participated in this round.



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