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[FUNDING-NEWS] India-Based Agritech Startup Superplum Secures $15 Million in Series A Funding

Superplum, an agritech business providing high-quality fresh fruits, revealed that it has raised $15 million from investors to expand. The company declared that the $15 million Series A funding round was successfully completed.

Superplum, an agritech business providing high-quality fresh fruits, revealed that it has raised $15 million from investors to expand. The company declared that the $15 million Series A funding round was successfully completed.

Leading the funding round was Erik Ragatz, a future chairman of the company and a former partner and senior advisor of the global private equity firm Hellman & Friedman.

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With the money it generates, the business intends to rebuild India’s agricultural supply networks and build infrastructure.

High-quality fresh fruits can be found at a variety of retail locations, such as mom-and-pop shops, contemporary stores, and well-known e-commerce sites like Amazon Fresh, Swiggy, Instamart, Zepto, and Insanely Good.

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The company works with growers in 22 states across India to offer customers quality mangoes, litchis, guavas, grapes, and many more tropical fruits—more than 25 fruits—all year round.

Mangoes, litchis, apples, grapes, cherries and plums are among the fruits it sells; its product line is always growing.

About Superplum

Superplum is India’s first digital fruit supply chain to connect the best local farms to the world. 

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