Infarm is an urban farming services company that develops farming tech for grocery stores, restaurants, and local distribution centres.
Infarm's mission is to feed the world’s growing urban population in a sustainable, efficient, and healthy way, both for the people and the planet.
Infarm was founded in 2012 by Erez Galonska, Guy Galonska and Osnat Michaeli. The company is headquartered in Berlin, Germany. Infarm has presence in Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the United States and Switzerland.
Infarm Growing Centers are Infarm's flagship production units. The spaces connect multiple vertical farming modules, offering the equivalent of about 110,000 ft2 of growing capacity, with a distribution center that ensures quick delivery to supermarkets.
Infarm also builds smaller in-store farming units for grocery stores, making the shopping experience more dynamic for consumers. Infarm's cloud-connected farming network can be scaled rapidly and requires less upfront capital than its peers.
Infarm has partnered with more than 30 major food retailers, including Aldi Süd, Amazon Fresh, Auchan, Casino, E.Leclerc, Edeka, Empire Company Ltd (Safeway, Sobeys, ThriftyFoods), Farmdrop, Intermarché, Irma, Kaufland, Kinokuniya, Kroger, Marks & Spencer, Metro, Migros, Selfridges, Selgros, Summit and Whole Foods Market.
Infarm has deployed more than 1,400 farms in stores and Infarm Growing centers, saved more than 16,000,000 gallons of water and 600,000 square feet of land.
Infarm is backed by Balderton Capital, Atomico, Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), Lightrock, LGT Lightstone, Hanaco, Bonnier, Latitude, TriplePoint, Cherry Ventures, and others. The company raised $200M in Series D round on Dec 16, 2021. This brings Infarm's total funding to $604.5M to date. The latest round valued Infarm at over $1B post-money.