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The firm, co-founded by partners including three former Queensland University of Technology start-up program managers, is seeking up to A$50 million for its first VC fund.
Synthesis Capital – founded by two former VC investors at Jeremy Coller’s family office – has raised $300m for its debut alternative protein venture fund.
The India-focused agtech investor is targeting a $65m first close by October this year, with its second fund now 80 percent deployed.
Impossible Foods’ lawsuit alleging patent infringement on its meat-mimicking heme production process marks a tipping point for plant-based markets and investors backing them.
The Australian agtech investor invested alongside Macdoch Ventures and Global Founders Capital in nature-based solutions provider Cecil.
Lightrock has made two investments in Indian agtech companies since the start of 2022, building on years of activity in the country.
Manu Gupta has a track record as a seasoned venture capital investor and has been involved in establishing two VC firms.
Chief investment officer says following covid-19, increased attention to preventative food investments aimed at deflating healthcare costs will create opportunities for LPs.
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The Australian government’s clean energy investment agency has continued its push into agriculture, backing alternative proteins start-up All G Foods.
Partner Ben Kortlang says Los Angeles-headquartered ProducePay aims to provide fresh produce the same information sharing and intermediary functions that have transformed transportation and used car markets.
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