Agrifood Tech | May 13, 2020

Intello Labs raises $5.9 million for quality-control in India’s food system

Jessica Pothering
ImpactAlpha Editor

Jessica Pothering

ImpactAlpha, May 13 – Gurgaon-based Intello Labs uses an artificial intelligence-powered imaging system to scan food products as they move from farm to consumer in India’s fragmented food supply chains. Intello Labs aims to fight food waste and improve traceability.

The startup’s Series A round was backed by Saama Capital, Singapore-based GROW and US-based SVG Ventures THRIVE.

Existing investors Omnivore and Nexus Venture Partners reupped after backing Intello’s seed round last March.