Infarm is an urban farming services company that develops farming tech for grocery stores, restaurants, and local distribution centres.
Infarm offers a huge variety of unique, fresh and healthy food in affordable prices. It's vision stretches until autonomous vertical farms will be spreading through their cities.
Infarm was founded in 2012 by Erez Galonska, Guy Galonska & Osnat Michaeli. The company has it's headquarter based in Berlin, Germany. Infarm has operations across 10 countries and 30 cities worldwide
Infarm's strategy is to encourage businesses and entrepreneurs to start farming in the city, in supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, co-working spaces, hospitals and even at home, by offering a turnkey solution for indoor farming.
Infarm has developed FaaS™ - Farming-as-a-Service model, in which we sell vertical farms including all farming supplies; seedlings, fertilizers, PH solutions and software services. Our technology allows the incomparable efficient use of resources and space, resulting in highly profitable, year-round production.
Infarm harvests more than 500,000 plants monthly, and in a much more sustainable way than traditional farming and supply chains. Its modular, IoT-powered vertical farming units claim to use 99.5% less space than soil-based agriculture, 95% less water, 90% less transport and zero chemical pesticides.
Infarm is backed by Balderton Capital, LGT Lightstone, Hanaco, Bonnier, Haniel, Latitude, London VC Atomico, TriplePoint Capital, Mons Investments, Cherry Ventures and others. The company raised $170M in Series C round on Sep 17, 2020. This brings Infarm's total funding to $304.1M to date.