Israeli food and agricultural startups are on track to post a record year for funding, raising $109 million in first half of 2019.
This trend represents “an increasing number of Israeli entrepreneurs detecting an opportunity to disrupt global food production, using current advances in the sciences and hi-tech,” SNC said in a statement, calling this acceleration the “second wave” of Israeli agri-food tech.
With customers looking for more certainty in buying products that are healthy, demand for some sort of certification has increased. The food startups which are offering such products and services will continue to expand.
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