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Top 7 indoor farming startups by latest deal size

How much has been invested into these companies yet?

As of late August 2021, $5.6 billion of venture capital had been invested into startups in agtech, a sweeping industry vertical that consists of more than 6,000 companies. Within that broader vertical, there are sub-categories of agtech and indoor farming. 

Note that clicking on a company or investor name in the lists below will take you to a PitchBook profile preview. PitchBook profile previews provide a cursory sense of the types of robust data PitchBook. 

Top 7 indoor farming startups by latest deal size (2020-present) 
Companies are ordered on the most recent investment date and sum 

Bowery
The New York-headquartered vertical farming company closed its latest deal on August 2021, which contained $320.73M, a later-stage VC, Series C. This adds up to a total of $531.23M raised in funding to date. 

AeroFarms
The Newark headquartered vertical farming company closed its latest deal on March 2021, which contained $317M. This adds up to a total of $531.48M raised in funding to date.

80 Acres Farms
The Hamilton headquartered vertical farming company closed its latest deal on August 2021 of $160M for PE growth and expansion. This adds up to a total of $250M raised in funding to date.      

Plenty
The San Francisco headquartered vertical farming company closed its latest deal in October 2020, which comprised $140M, a later-stage VC. This adds up to a total of $541M raised in funding to date.   

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