agroSingularity: Turning discarded fruits and vegetables into usable powder to fix food waste

agroSingularity's co-founders (from L to R): CPO Luis Rubio González, CEO Juanfra Abad Navarro and CMO Daniel Andreu Acosta ©agroSingularity

Closing €1.2m new funding will help the Murcia-based foodtech to build its own technology and facilities, expand into new markets 

Based in Murcia, a region known as “the market garden of Spain," agroSingularity is giving new life to discarded fruits and vegetables by turning them into food powder that can be used in applications across the industry. With a focus on tackling food waste, the startup has created a circular economy model that also helps SME food suppliers avoid losses incurred when fresh produce is thrown away due to their poor external appearance and sell-by dates.
“Most of the time these products cannot be sold and suppliers face many difficulties in the market,” agroSingularity’s CEO and co-founder&nbs...

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