Bowery Farming

Bowery Farming is a farming startup that uses high-tech approaches such as robotics, LED lightning and data analytics to grow leafy greens indoors.

Bowery Farming combines the benefits of the best local farms with advances made possible by technology to grow produce you can feel good about eating.

Bowery Farming was founded in 2015 by Irving Fain, David Golden & Brian Falther. The company has it's headquarter in New York, New York.

Bowery's mission is to grow food for a better future by revolutionizing agriculture. By combining the benefits of the best local farms with advances made possible by technology, their indoor farms create the ideal conditions to grow post-organic produce you can feel good about eating.

Bowery provides, BoweryOS, a proprietary software system that uses vision systems, automation technology, and machine learning to monitor plants and all the variables that drive their growth 24/7.

Bowery farms uses zero pesticides, 95% less water, and are 100+ times more productive on the same footprint of land than traditional agriculture.

Bowery produce is currently available at select Whole Foods, Sweetgreen, Dig Inn, and Foragers stores in the Tristate area, and featured on the menus of Tom Colicchio’s New York restaurants Craft and Temple Court.

 

Bowery is backed by leading investors including GV, General Catalyst, GGV Capital, First Round Capital, Temasek, & Almanac among others. The company raised $50M in its "Series B" financing on Nov 07, 2019. This additional funding brings Bowery's total funding to $167.5M to date.

 

 

  • Year founded: 2015
  • Funding Info: $167.5M over 5 Rounds (Latest Funding Type: Series B)
  • Yearly Revenue: $20M-$50M (2019)
  • Employee Size: 51-200
  • Business Valuation: NA
  • City/Town: New York
  • State: New York
  • Country: United States
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