Stay up-to-date with the latest news and articles about agricultural trends, fruit and vegetable QC & innovation, and social responsibility in the field of agriculture - and the role Clarifruit is playing in these fields.
Honored to have been asked to participate in this episode of PMA Takes on Tech where Vonnie Estes speaks to leading Israeli startups that offer novel technologies that help optimize traditional agricultural processes and lead the AgTech and FoodTech industry towards a more efficient and sustainable future.
In this article, Fresh Plaza takes a deep dive into the AI technology behind Clarifruit’s automatic QC app for fresh produce. Read about how Clarifruit’s next-gen computer vision technology and data analytics work together to eliminate quality mismatching and revolutionize processes across the entire supply chain.
In this episode of The Produce Industry Podcast w/ Patrick Kelly, Clarifruit President, Elad Mardix, talks about the new technology Clarifruit brings to the Produce Industry, why quality control is a crucial part of it, and the importance of focusing on the project at hand as inspectors.
Fresh Fruit Portal looks at how companies can reap huge benefits by objectively and accurately conducting quality control processes throughout their global operations and receive the data in real-time. Supply chain participants can make business decisions quickly and better match quality of supply to customer specs. Testing productivity can be increased three-fold.
The Times of Israel shares how Clarifruit has raised over $6 million in seed funding to speed up the growth of the very first quality control platform for fruits and vegetables. Clarifruit plans to use these funds to expand operations across three continents, and to disrupt the $2 trillion industry by reducing fresh produce waste and saving money for the fresh produce supply chain.
Fresh Plaza describes the importance of Clarifruit’s “objective, consistent, and cost-effective inspection” that results in higher-quality produce and increased revenue for its target consumers. Clarifruit’s global target customers are currently engaging with the application to test their own products.
The algemeiner announces funds Clarifruit has raised from investors, including Firstime Ventures. $2.5 million from the seed round is from the European Union’s research and innovation program, Horizon 2020.
This insightful article by AIThority explains how the effects of the disruption caused to the supply chain by COVID-19 are still being felt through every industry, and how digital transformation has emerged as an effective method for overcoming these challenges. The article also highlights how Clarifruit addresses these challenges in the fresh produce supply chain by digitizing and automating quality control to help enhance productivity across the board and develop a global fresh produce quality standard.
This article from Growing Produce discusses the safety, quality and waste challenges in the current state of postharvest, and how companies such as Clarifruit are helping to overcome these challenges in the supply chain.
Clarifruit was recently nominated as a top innovative analytics company in Israel. Thanks to Data Magazine for including us in this impressive list and for a great round-up!
Excited to announce our partnership with Pink Lady in the Harvest 2021 project with the start of a joint trial that aims to optimize QC and better manage post-harvesting operations. This significant milestone marks our expansion into apple quality control with the world’s #1 apple brand and another step towards quality standardization across the supply chain.
Clarifruit was recently featured by Startus Insights as 1 of the top 5 global startups providing food monitoring solutions and optimizing food quality control. Currently, fresh fruit and vegetable monitoring are manual, labor-intensive and often inaccurate. This article explains how Clarifruit is using artificial intelligence (AI)-based solution to standardize quality monitoring and assessment across the fresh produce supply chain.
Honored to have participated in this episode of the Digital Supply Chain Podcast with Tom Raftery, where we had a really interesting conversation about the need to eliminate waste in the fresh produce supply chain and how the Clarifruit solution can help stakeholders achieve this goal while improving profitability.
Thanks to E-3 Magazine for choosing to feature us in its SAP Startup Spotlight Series! This article covers the story behind Clarifruit, our main offering and how it works, how our solution can potentially help stakeholders in the fresh produce supply chain navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, and how it can be integrated with SAP systems.
Clarifruit’s automated fresh produce quality control app is now available on SAP® Store, the online marketplace for SAP and partner offerings. Clarifruit’s solution integrates with SAP S/4HANA® to give retailers, wholesalers, marketing companies and growers the high-quality data required to maximize profitability and reduce waste across the fresh produce supply chain.
Microsoft for Startups Israel recently selected Clarifruit for the second “AI For Good” Accelerator Program, in collaboration with Tech For Good. As part of the program, Clarifruit will partner with Microsoft on GTM initiatives and establish a presence on its Azure Marketplace, as well as receive opportunities to work with international organizations (such as the UN and EU), and beyond. We’re honored to take the next step in reducing produce waste around the world and to collaborate with such great industry players.
Clarifruit has been selected to join one of eight international startups for the first-ever, agribusiness-focused virtual startup accelerator program at SAP.iO Foundry Paris. As part of this program, we will be working to solve key industry challenges by integrating data, artificial intelligence, analytics and decision-making into agribusiness; helping to boost compliance and traceability throughout production and processing; and doing our part to ensue that agriculture is more responsible and environmentally sensitive.