Full Harvest closes $8.5M to tackle food waste issue

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Full Harvest, a marketplace for excess produce that would otherwise go to waste, has closed a $8.5 million Series A round of financing led by Spark Capital.


Other investors included Cultivian Sandbox Ventures, Rent the Runway founder Jenny Fleiss and Jon Scherr (CircleUp).


San Francisco-based Full Harvest aims to fill gaps in the food system by applying its technology and a new supply chain model to change how the food industry manages surplus produce.


The company aims to use the funding to achieve its mission of eradicating food waste at the farm level by further scaling its technology platform, expanding its US footprint and tripling the size of its technology, sales and operations teams.

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