Meet 3 alumni from Rockstart Agrifood and where they are now

Meet 3 alumni from Rockstart Agrifood and where they are now

By
Rockstart
April 8, 2021

At the beginning of this year, the 2021 European Capital Report ranked Rockstart AgriFood as #6 in the Top 10 most active players in the AgTech and FoodTech space. Through their €18+ million fund focused on AgriFood startups, Rockstart is dedicated to investing in top tier founders. 

Rockstart AgriFood, launched in 2019, invests internationally in early-stage agrifood startups. Following the initial program investment, the fund invests in portfolio companies with some startups receiving funding up to Series B. Alongside anchor investors such as the Danish Growth Fund and De Hoge Dennen Capital, the fund has a mix of investors from family offices, C/VCs and high net worth individuals spanning from Denmark, the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Belgium. 

Rockstart AgriFood is for seed stage startups with a focus on agtech and foodtech. The Rockstart AgriFood fund is planning to make new investments in the coming months in promising startups, specifically in the following themes: Regenerative & Future-Proof Production, Responsible & Circular Processes and Distribution, and Quantifiable Food Consumption. So if you are an agtech or foodtech startup and you’re ready to fast track the growth of your business, we have some good news: applications for Rockstart AgriFood 2021 are open.

Discover 3 of the Rockstart Agrifood alumni that are working on solutions for indoor and vertical farmers, data-driven fermentation management and the "The Uber of dairy farms" and what they've been up to since graduating from the program.

🌾 Leading the way for indoor and vertical farmers - Nordetect

Nordetect

👀 WhoNordetect, Founded in 2016 in Copenhagen, helps farmers, agronomists and indoor growers optimize the use of chemistries for a sustainable green revolution.

🤷 Why: Agriculturists need to maintain the right nutrient levels for optimum yields from their crop. Indoor growers need to maintain water quality and ensure that they have the right levels of nutrients (liquid fertilizer) and light. Vertical farms and other high tech indoor farms use this data to increase their yield per square foot and supply more locally. The process of collecting and testing soil and water samples is a time consuming process ranging from 3 days to 3 weeks.

🔎 How: The one-click device and test kits from Nordetect can test multiple nutrients simultaneously and in a matter of minutes. 

💸 Funding: Nordetect recently raised €1.2m seed round led by Luminate NY with Rockstart, SOSV, PreSeed Ventures, Vækstfonden (The Danish Growth Fund) as co-investors.

Nordetect was part of the Rockstart AgriFood 2019 batch and this funding round marks Rockstart’s third investment in the company. The startup plans to use the funding to commercialise its proprietary technology platform as it launches an early access program to indoor and vertical farms in Europe and the East coast of the United States.


“From the coaching sessions to mentor meetings, ecosystem events to investor dinners, Rockstart has a good structure for getting you introduced to people who can make a difference. It helped mould our business and also raise a round in the process.”- Keenan Pinto, CEO, Nordetect

🍻 Disrupting the fermentation market - Zymoscope

Zymoscope

👀 Who: Zymoscope is a Danish foodtech startup disrupting the growing fermentation market through data-driven fermentation management.

🍺 How: Zymoscope are enabling microbrewers to gain insights into their brewing process and to reduce waste with sensor technologies. Their solution provides remote access to real-time fermentation data, allowing brewers to better control and optimize fermentation processes. The current global craft beer market is expected to reach USD 500bn (€414bn) by 2025 with a CAGR of 20%. Zymoscope is currently working with six Danish breweries and aims to commercialize the product on the craft brewing market in 2021.

💸 Funding: Zymoscope raised €960k in a seed round was led by Danish angel investor Mads Heine and Vaekstfonden ( The Danish Growth Fund ) with Rockstart as co-investor. Zymoscope was part of Rockstart AgriFood 2020 and their first round of private funding came during their participation in Rockstart AgriFood’s acceleration program. 

“ Looking back at one of our goals to raise a (pre)-seed round upon completion of the Rockstart AgriFood program, we can state we have achieved that. We would like to thank Rockstart, Vækstfonden and Mads Heine for taking the lead and for trusting in us. The capital will be used for expanding our team and getting key FTE with strong skills in software development and sales, in order to further develop our platform and officially commercialize our product in Q1 2022,” stated Petros Venetopoulos, co-founder and CEO, Zymoscope ApS.

🐄 The Uber of dairy farms - Moofarm

Source: Unsplash

👀 Who: Moofarm is an agritech startup working in India to build sustainable, inclusive, efficient, and nutritious food systems for 75 million dairy farmers and over 1 billion consumers.

🐄 How: MoooFarm is disrupting the €101Bn ($120Bn) Indian dairy industry through its mobile application. Using an Uber-like model, the mobile application allows farmers to connect virtually and schedule physical visits with veterinarians and artificial insemination technicians. The app provides agricultural extension, farm management tools, access to qualified veterinarians, and an online community to support increasing milk yields and reducing costs. In its one and a half years of operation, MoooFarm has helped 23,000 dairy farmers increase their daily milk yield.

💸 Funding: MoooFarm raised €500k in pre-seed funding in 2020. The round was led by Navus Ventures, a Dutch investment fund, with Rockstart as co-investor. MoooFarm is part of the Rockstart AgriFood 2020 batch and has managed to raise this investment only four months into the program. The startup plans to use the funding to strengthen its product-market fit and hire key technology talent to launch new services to farmers.


“We are thrilled to have both Rockstart and Navus Ventures join MoooFarm in its pre-seed round. This funding will assist us in further strengthening our product-market fit and hire key technology talent to launch new services to our farmers. Both Navus Ventures with its close ties with Lely (farming innovator) and Rockstart will help us draw from their large pool of knowledge, networks and experience in the agriculture and dairy sector. Together we are on our mission to make farmers prosperous" Param Singh, Founder, MoooFarm

Source: Rockstart

🔎 Who is Rockstart AgriFood looking for in 2021?

Rockstart is interested in solutions from soil to gut, and they invest widely across segments. They are especially interested in innovations that fall within the following categories: agricultural biotechnology, bioenergy and biomaterials, novel farming systems, farm robotics and mechanical equipment, and supply chain technologies.

If you think you have what it takes to lead the way to a sustainable future in agrifood, Apply Now

Find out more about Rockstart Agrifood

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At the beginning of this year, the 2021 European Capital Report ranked Rockstart AgriFood as #6 in the Top 10 most active players in the AgTech and FoodTech space. Through their €18+ million fund focused on AgriFood startups, Rockstart is dedicated to investing in top tier founders. 

Rockstart AgriFood, launched in 2019, invests internationally in early-stage agrifood startups. Following the initial program investment, the fund invests in portfolio companies with some startups receiving funding up to Series B. Alongside anchor investors such as the Danish Growth Fund and De Hoge Dennen Capital, the fund has a mix of investors from family offices, C/VCs and high net worth individuals spanning from Denmark, the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Belgium. 

Rockstart AgriFood is for seed stage startups with a focus on agtech and foodtech. The Rockstart AgriFood fund is planning to make new investments in the coming months in promising startups, specifically in the following themes: Regenerative & Future-Proof Production, Responsible & Circular Processes and Distribution, and Quantifiable Food Consumption. So if you are an agtech or foodtech startup and you’re ready to fast track the growth of your business, we have some good news: applications for Rockstart AgriFood 2021 are open.

Discover 3 of the Rockstart Agrifood alumni that are working on solutions for indoor and vertical farmers, data-driven fermentation management and the "The Uber of dairy farms" and what they've been up to since graduating from the program.

🌾 Leading the way for indoor and vertical farmers - Nordetect

Nordetect

👀 WhoNordetect, Founded in 2016 in Copenhagen, helps farmers, agronomists and indoor growers optimize the use of chemistries for a sustainable green revolution.

🤷 Why: Agriculturists need to maintain the right nutrient levels for optimum yields from their crop. Indoor growers need to maintain water quality and ensure that they have the right levels of nutrients (liquid fertilizer) and light. Vertical farms and other high tech indoor farms use this data to increase their yield per square foot and supply more locally. The process of collecting and testing soil and water samples is a time consuming process ranging from 3 days to 3 weeks.

🔎 How: The one-click device and test kits from Nordetect can test multiple nutrients simultaneously and in a matter of minutes. 

💸 Funding: Nordetect recently raised €1.2m seed round led by Luminate NY with Rockstart, SOSV, PreSeed Ventures, Vækstfonden (The Danish Growth Fund) as co-investors.

Nordetect was part of the Rockstart AgriFood 2019 batch and this funding round marks Rockstart’s third investment in the company. The startup plans to use the funding to commercialise its proprietary technology platform as it launches an early access program to indoor and vertical farms in Europe and the East coast of the United States.


“From the coaching sessions to mentor meetings, ecosystem events to investor dinners, Rockstart has a good structure for getting you introduced to people who can make a difference. It helped mould our business and also raise a round in the process.”- Keenan Pinto, CEO, Nordetect

🍻 Disrupting the fermentation market - Zymoscope

Zymoscope

👀 Who: Zymoscope is a Danish foodtech startup disrupting the growing fermentation market through data-driven fermentation management.

🍺 How: Zymoscope are enabling microbrewers to gain insights into their brewing process and to reduce waste with sensor technologies. Their solution provides remote access to real-time fermentation data, allowing brewers to better control and optimize fermentation processes. The current global craft beer market is expected to reach USD 500bn (€414bn) by 2025 with a CAGR of 20%. Zymoscope is currently working with six Danish breweries and aims to commercialize the product on the craft brewing market in 2021.

💸 Funding: Zymoscope raised €960k in a seed round was led by Danish angel investor Mads Heine and Vaekstfonden ( The Danish Growth Fund ) with Rockstart as co-investor. Zymoscope was part of Rockstart AgriFood 2020 and their first round of private funding came during their participation in Rockstart AgriFood’s acceleration program. 

“ Looking back at one of our goals to raise a (pre)-seed round upon completion of the Rockstart AgriFood program, we can state we have achieved that. We would like to thank Rockstart, Vækstfonden and Mads Heine for taking the lead and for trusting in us. The capital will be used for expanding our team and getting key FTE with strong skills in software development and sales, in order to further develop our platform and officially commercialize our product in Q1 2022,” stated Petros Venetopoulos, co-founder and CEO, Zymoscope ApS.

🐄 The Uber of dairy farms - Moofarm

Source: Unsplash

👀 Who: Moofarm is an agritech startup working in India to build sustainable, inclusive, efficient, and nutritious food systems for 75 million dairy farmers and over 1 billion consumers.

🐄 How: MoooFarm is disrupting the €101Bn ($120Bn) Indian dairy industry through its mobile application. Using an Uber-like model, the mobile application allows farmers to connect virtually and schedule physical visits with veterinarians and artificial insemination technicians. The app provides agricultural extension, farm management tools, access to qualified veterinarians, and an online community to support increasing milk yields and reducing costs. In its one and a half years of operation, MoooFarm has helped 23,000 dairy farmers increase their daily milk yield.

💸 Funding: MoooFarm raised €500k in pre-seed funding in 2020. The round was led by Navus Ventures, a Dutch investment fund, with Rockstart as co-investor. MoooFarm is part of the Rockstart AgriFood 2020 batch and has managed to raise this investment only four months into the program. The startup plans to use the funding to strengthen its product-market fit and hire key technology talent to launch new services to farmers.


“We are thrilled to have both Rockstart and Navus Ventures join MoooFarm in its pre-seed round. This funding will assist us in further strengthening our product-market fit and hire key technology talent to launch new services to our farmers. Both Navus Ventures with its close ties with Lely (farming innovator) and Rockstart will help us draw from their large pool of knowledge, networks and experience in the agriculture and dairy sector. Together we are on our mission to make farmers prosperous" Param Singh, Founder, MoooFarm

Source: Rockstart

🔎 Who is Rockstart AgriFood looking for in 2021?

Rockstart is interested in solutions from soil to gut, and they invest widely across segments. They are especially interested in innovations that fall within the following categories: agricultural biotechnology, bioenergy and biomaterials, novel farming systems, farm robotics and mechanical equipment, and supply chain technologies.

If you think you have what it takes to lead the way to a sustainable future in agrifood, Apply Now

Find out more about Rockstart Agrifood

At the beginning of this year, the 2021 European Capital Report ranked Rockstart AgriFood as #6 in the Top 10 most active players in the AgTech and FoodTech space. Through their €18+ million fund focused on AgriFood startups, Rockstart is dedicated to investing in top tier founders. 

Rockstart AgriFood, launched in 2019, invests internationally in early-stage agrifood startups. Following the initial program investment, the fund invests in portfolio companies with some startups receiving funding up to Series B. Alongside anchor investors such as the Danish Growth Fund and De Hoge Dennen Capital, the fund has a mix of investors from family offices, C/VCs and high net worth individuals spanning from Denmark, the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Belgium. 

Rockstart AgriFood is for seed stage startups with a focus on agtech and foodtech. The Rockstart AgriFood fund is planning to make new investments in the coming months in promising startups, specifically in the following themes: Regenerative & Future-Proof Production, Responsible & Circular Processes and Distribution, and Quantifiable Food Consumption. So if you are an agtech or foodtech startup and you’re ready to fast track the growth of your business, we have some good news: applications for Rockstart AgriFood 2021 are open.

Discover 3 of the Rockstart Agrifood alumni that are working on solutions for indoor and vertical farmers, data-driven fermentation management and the "The Uber of dairy farms" and what they've been up to since graduating from the program.

🌾 Leading the way for indoor and vertical farmers - Nordetect

Nordetect

👀 WhoNordetect, Founded in 2016 in Copenhagen, helps farmers, agronomists and indoor growers optimize the use of chemistries for a sustainable green revolution.

🤷 Why: Agriculturists need to maintain the right nutrient levels for optimum yields from their crop. Indoor growers need to maintain water quality and ensure that they have the right levels of nutrients (liquid fertilizer) and light. Vertical farms and other high tech indoor farms use this data to increase their yield per square foot and supply more locally. The process of collecting and testing soil and water samples is a time consuming process ranging from 3 days to 3 weeks.

🔎 How: The one-click device and test kits from Nordetect can test multiple nutrients simultaneously and in a matter of minutes. 

💸 Funding: Nordetect recently raised €1.2m seed round led by Luminate NY with Rockstart, SOSV, PreSeed Ventures, Vækstfonden (The Danish Growth Fund) as co-investors.

Nordetect was part of the Rockstart AgriFood 2019 batch and this funding round marks Rockstart’s third investment in the company. The startup plans to use the funding to commercialise its proprietary technology platform as it launches an early access program to indoor and vertical farms in Europe and the East coast of the United States.


“From the coaching sessions to mentor meetings, ecosystem events to investor dinners, Rockstart has a good structure for getting you introduced to people who can make a difference. It helped mould our business and also raise a round in the process.”- Keenan Pinto, CEO, Nordetect

🍻 Disrupting the fermentation market - Zymoscope

Zymoscope

👀 Who: Zymoscope is a Danish foodtech startup disrupting the growing fermentation market through data-driven fermentation management.

🍺 How: Zymoscope are enabling microbrewers to gain insights into their brewing process and to reduce waste with sensor technologies. Their solution provides remote access to real-time fermentation data, allowing brewers to better control and optimize fermentation processes. The current global craft beer market is expected to reach USD 500bn (€414bn) by 2025 with a CAGR of 20%. Zymoscope is currently working with six Danish breweries and aims to commercialize the product on the craft brewing market in 2021.

💸 Funding: Zymoscope raised €960k in a seed round was led by Danish angel investor Mads Heine and Vaekstfonden ( The Danish Growth Fund ) with Rockstart as co-investor. Zymoscope was part of Rockstart AgriFood 2020 and their first round of private funding came during their participation in Rockstart AgriFood’s acceleration program. 

“ Looking back at one of our goals to raise a (pre)-seed round upon completion of the Rockstart AgriFood program, we can state we have achieved that. We would like to thank Rockstart, Vækstfonden and Mads Heine for taking the lead and for trusting in us. The capital will be used for expanding our team and getting key FTE with strong skills in software development and sales, in order to further develop our platform and officially commercialize our product in Q1 2022,” stated Petros Venetopoulos, co-founder and CEO, Zymoscope ApS.

🐄 The Uber of dairy farms - Moofarm

Source: Unsplash

👀 Who: Moofarm is an agritech startup working in India to build sustainable, inclusive, efficient, and nutritious food systems for 75 million dairy farmers and over 1 billion consumers.

🐄 How: MoooFarm is disrupting the €101Bn ($120Bn) Indian dairy industry through its mobile application. Using an Uber-like model, the mobile application allows farmers to connect virtually and schedule physical visits with veterinarians and artificial insemination technicians. The app provides agricultural extension, farm management tools, access to qualified veterinarians, and an online community to support increasing milk yields and reducing costs. In its one and a half years of operation, MoooFarm has helped 23,000 dairy farmers increase their daily milk yield.

💸 Funding: MoooFarm raised €500k in pre-seed funding in 2020. The round was led by Navus Ventures, a Dutch investment fund, with Rockstart as co-investor. MoooFarm is part of the Rockstart AgriFood 2020 batch and has managed to raise this investment only four months into the program. The startup plans to use the funding to strengthen its product-market fit and hire key technology talent to launch new services to farmers.


“We are thrilled to have both Rockstart and Navus Ventures join MoooFarm in its pre-seed round. This funding will assist us in further strengthening our product-market fit and hire key technology talent to launch new services to our farmers. Both Navus Ventures with its close ties with Lely (farming innovator) and Rockstart will help us draw from their large pool of knowledge, networks and experience in the agriculture and dairy sector. Together we are on our mission to make farmers prosperous" Param Singh, Founder, MoooFarm

Source: Rockstart

🔎 Who is Rockstart AgriFood looking for in 2021?

Rockstart is interested in solutions from soil to gut, and they invest widely across segments. They are especially interested in innovations that fall within the following categories: agricultural biotechnology, bioenergy and biomaterials, novel farming systems, farm robotics and mechanical equipment, and supply chain technologies.

If you think you have what it takes to lead the way to a sustainable future in agrifood, Apply Now

Find out more about Rockstart Agrifood

At the beginning of this year, the 2021 European Capital Report ranked Rockstart AgriFood as #6 in the Top 10 most active players in the AgTech and FoodTech space. Through their €18+ million fund focused on AgriFood startups, Rockstart is dedicated to investing in top tier founders. 

Rockstart AgriFood, launched in 2019, invests internationally in early-stage agrifood startups. Following the initial program investment, the fund invests in portfolio companies with some startups receiving funding up to Series B. Alongside anchor investors such as the Danish Growth Fund and De Hoge Dennen Capital, the fund has a mix of investors from family offices, C/VCs and high net worth individuals spanning from Denmark, the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Belgium. 

Rockstart AgriFood is for seed stage startups with a focus on agtech and foodtech. The Rockstart AgriFood fund is planning to make new investments in the coming months in promising startups, specifically in the following themes: Regenerative & Future-Proof Production, Responsible & Circular Processes and Distribution, and Quantifiable Food Consumption. So if you are an agtech or foodtech startup and you’re ready to fast track the growth of your business, we have some good news: applications for Rockstart AgriFood 2021 are open.

Discover 3 of the Rockstart Agrifood alumni that are working on solutions for indoor and vertical farmers, data-driven fermentation management and the "The Uber of dairy farms" and what they've been up to since graduating from the program.

🌾 Leading the way for indoor and vertical farmers - Nordetect

Nordetect

👀 WhoNordetect, Founded in 2016 in Copenhagen, helps farmers, agronomists and indoor growers optimize the use of chemistries for a sustainable green revolution.

🤷 Why: Agriculturists need to maintain the right nutrient levels for optimum yields from their crop. Indoor growers need to maintain water quality and ensure that they have the right levels of nutrients (liquid fertilizer) and light. Vertical farms and other high tech indoor farms use this data to increase their yield per square foot and supply more locally. The process of collecting and testing soil and water samples is a time consuming process ranging from 3 days to 3 weeks.

🔎 How: The one-click device and test kits from Nordetect can test multiple nutrients simultaneously and in a matter of minutes. 

💸 Funding: Nordetect recently raised €1.2m seed round led by Luminate NY with Rockstart, SOSV, PreSeed Ventures, Vækstfonden (The Danish Growth Fund) as co-investors.

Nordetect was part of the Rockstart AgriFood 2019 batch and this funding round marks Rockstart’s third investment in the company. The startup plans to use the funding to commercialise its proprietary technology platform as it launches an early access program to indoor and vertical farms in Europe and the East coast of the United States.


“From the coaching sessions to mentor meetings, ecosystem events to investor dinners, Rockstart has a good structure for getting you introduced to people who can make a difference. It helped mould our business and also raise a round in the process.”- Keenan Pinto, CEO, Nordetect

🍻 Disrupting the fermentation market - Zymoscope

Zymoscope

👀 Who: Zymoscope is a Danish foodtech startup disrupting the growing fermentation market through data-driven fermentation management.

🍺 How: Zymoscope are enabling microbrewers to gain insights into their brewing process and to reduce waste with sensor technologies. Their solution provides remote access to real-time fermentation data, allowing brewers to better control and optimize fermentation processes. The current global craft beer market is expected to reach USD 500bn (€414bn) by 2025 with a CAGR of 20%. Zymoscope is currently working with six Danish breweries and aims to commercialize the product on the craft brewing market in 2021.

💸 Funding: Zymoscope raised €960k in a seed round was led by Danish angel investor Mads Heine and Vaekstfonden ( The Danish Growth Fund ) with Rockstart as co-investor. Zymoscope was part of Rockstart AgriFood 2020 and their first round of private funding came during their participation in Rockstart AgriFood’s acceleration program. 

“ Looking back at one of our goals to raise a (pre)-seed round upon completion of the Rockstart AgriFood program, we can state we have achieved that. We would like to thank Rockstart, Vækstfonden and Mads Heine for taking the lead and for trusting in us. The capital will be used for expanding our team and getting key FTE with strong skills in software development and sales, in order to further develop our platform and officially commercialize our product in Q1 2022,” stated Petros Venetopoulos, co-founder and CEO, Zymoscope ApS.

🐄 The Uber of dairy farms - Moofarm

Source: Unsplash

👀 Who: Moofarm is an agritech startup working in India to build sustainable, inclusive, efficient, and nutritious food systems for 75 million dairy farmers and over 1 billion consumers.

🐄 How: MoooFarm is disrupting the €101Bn ($120Bn) Indian dairy industry through its mobile application. Using an Uber-like model, the mobile application allows farmers to connect virtually and schedule physical visits with veterinarians and artificial insemination technicians. The app provides agricultural extension, farm management tools, access to qualified veterinarians, and an online community to support increasing milk yields and reducing costs. In its one and a half years of operation, MoooFarm has helped 23,000 dairy farmers increase their daily milk yield.

💸 Funding: MoooFarm raised €500k in pre-seed funding in 2020. The round was led by Navus Ventures, a Dutch investment fund, with Rockstart as co-investor. MoooFarm is part of the Rockstart AgriFood 2020 batch and has managed to raise this investment only four months into the program. The startup plans to use the funding to strengthen its product-market fit and hire key technology talent to launch new services to farmers.


“We are thrilled to have both Rockstart and Navus Ventures join MoooFarm in its pre-seed round. This funding will assist us in further strengthening our product-market fit and hire key technology talent to launch new services to our farmers. Both Navus Ventures with its close ties with Lely (farming innovator) and Rockstart will help us draw from their large pool of knowledge, networks and experience in the agriculture and dairy sector. Together we are on our mission to make farmers prosperous" Param Singh, Founder, MoooFarm

Source: Rockstart

🔎 Who is Rockstart AgriFood looking for in 2021?

Rockstart is interested in solutions from soil to gut, and they invest widely across segments. They are especially interested in innovations that fall within the following categories: agricultural biotechnology, bioenergy and biomaterials, novel farming systems, farm robotics and mechanical equipment, and supply chain technologies.

If you think you have what it takes to lead the way to a sustainable future in agrifood, Apply Now

Find out more about Rockstart Agrifood

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