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Farm Taaza raises $8 million to strengthen India’s farming supply chain

The Bangalore-based company, launched in 2015, buys produce from farmers and sells it to shops, restaurants, and hotels.

Its Series A funding was backed by Hong Kong-based Epsilon Venture Partners and IL&FS Investment Managers.

A number of startups aim to improve India’s agriculture supply chain. Last year Farm Taaza acquired two of them: Bangalore-based Kaivalya Farms and Mysore-based Farm Exotica. The company is eyeing business-to-business e-commerce.

“The greatest potential comes from the digitisation of supply chain,” says Mahesh Vaidya, general partner at Epsilon Venture Partners.

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