Start-up Day in hall 9: Where newcomers meet established companies

Under the slogan ’Disrupt Agriculture’ the second FRUIT LOGISTICA Start-up Day will take place on 7 February 2020 - a special format for start-ups developing groundbreaking products, projects and ideas.

Following you will find short company profiles of the participating start-ups:

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  • Soil Scout Ltd

    Exhibitor
    Finland
    Simplify your irrigation control! Soil Scout takes monitoring to the next level by providing a detailed view into in-field variation, enabling our customers to expand the Smart Farming approach to all their land use challenges, be that irrigation control, management trials or turf quality optimization. Soil Scout provides the only fully buried wireless sensors capable of transmitting moisture, temperature and salinity data in near real time out-of-sight performance from up to 2 metres / 6 feet b…
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  • Stable Group Ltd

    Exhibitor
    United Kingdom
    Stable’s risk management platform enables food businesses to protect themselves from volatile prices, covering over 3,000 commodities in 40 countries. Before Stable, the only way for the fresh produce industry to manage the risk of price falls or cost rises was through derivatives or futures markets, which are costly, complex, and rarely accurately reflect their risk. Our policies insure against price movements in specific local indexes that are not openly traded on financial markets - such as a…
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  • StixFresh

    Exhibitor
    United States of America
    Every year up to 50% of all food produced worldwide goes to waste, amounting to over $1.2 Trillion in losses. At StixFresh, we've developed a food-safe sticker that can extend the shelf life of fresh fruit by up to two weeks, by simply peeling and applying the sticker to the fruit. This simple solution can be used at any point along the produce supply chain.
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  • Strella Biotech

    Exhibitor
    United States of America
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  • Tridge

    Exhibitor
    Korea, the Republic of
    Tridge’s mission is to reduce information asymmetry in cross-border agricultural transactions. The combination of data intelligence and human network creates a trusted B2B ecosystem where validated buyers and suppliers can connect naturally. Furthermore, through granularity technology, Tridge collects and structures scattered trade information. With Tridge’s price, export, and production data, combined with their information on market trends, importers and exporters can make informed decisions.
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  • tsenso GmbH

    Exhibitor
    Germany
    tsenso is a science based, deep-tech startup bringing the digital twin to the food industry. Tsenso focuses on the digitization of the food supply chain from farm to fork, connecting the existing data lakes for improved transparency and providing next-level food safety and freshness analytics for industry and consumers. Our cloud- and hardware-based solution, the FreshIndex, enables producers & retailers to minimize food safety risks and to highlight superior quality & freshness of their produc…
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  • Vertigo Technologies

    Exhibitor
    Netherlands
    Vertigo Technologies is a Test&Measurement company, focused on microwave technologies. With the new sensor called FRESCO, Vertigo aims to disrupt the market of non-invasive fruit quality inspection, using microwaves to investigate the internal properties of fresh fruit and vegetables and support the identification of flavour, ripeness and internal defects. FRESCO can be used in the entire post-harvest value chain, from field and greenhouses to distribution, and it can be applied to ideally any t…
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  • Yarok Microbio
    Instabact

    A disruptive new technology for fast detection of dangerous bacteria (E.coli, Listeria, Salmonella, etc.) in produce & food. Accurate test results in 45min. instead of days. Problem: Today, results come only after product release, a cause for recalls & health hazards (i.e. the deadly 2018 romaine E.coli outbreaks caused a 40% market drop for US lettuce). Solution: Yarok developed a testing kit with reagents and AI-driven software, used with a few off-the-shelf laboratory tools. Tests for leaf…
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