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Public market flotations by highly coveted and well-funded ag start-ups have followed in the footsteps of Beyond Meat’s 2019 IPO, adding to the growing signs of industry maturity.
The venture-backed New Zealand agtech company will offer up to 40 million shares at A$0.20 each before listing on the Australian stock exchange on August 31st.
The food distributor, owned by KKR and CD&R, has yet to disclose a price range for the public offering.
The Indian dairy products company, which is owned by PE firms and development finance institutions, has extended its IPO and cut the price of its shares after struggling to attract investors.
Costa listed on the Australian Securities Exchange on July 24 in the second-largest IPO in Australia so far this year.
The New York-based farmland real estate investment trust joins Farmland Partners to become the second NYSE-listed agri REIT.
Algae Dynamics, a food ingredients producer, announced its initial public offering last week.
The listed US farmland real estate investment trust issued $21 million in debt last week to fund the further expansion of its portfolio.
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The firm will list on the Nasdaq exchange after raising IPO capital to acquire the vineyard business of the Taggares family, according to an SEC filing.
The China-focused PE firm is targeting S$150m and will pursue the same strategy as Fund I across four main sectors: agriculture, healthcare, services and consumer-related industries.

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