Through Barton Breeze’s end-to-end chain from farm development through to packaging and product delivery, more than 40 varieties of crops are grown hydroponically for commercial offering. The group recently announced that it is the recipient of an $8,00,000 Dollar Pre-Series round from new investors.
Gurugram-based agri-tech start-up, Barton Breeze, has announced it is the recipient of an $8,00,000 Dollar Pre-Series round from new investors. The funds, which represent the first investment for the five-year-old company, will be used to bring innovative products and value-added offerings to the market.
The round is backed by a number of prominent investors including Mr Rajeev Bairathi (Ex CEO-Knight Frank), Mr Neeraj Kumar (DSK Legal), Mr Manish Agarwal & Mr Umang Agarwal (KTL Automotive), Mr Shishir Poddar (Tridents group) and two others.
Barton Breeze was founded in 2018 by Shivendra Singh (CEO). Co-founders Gaurav Rai Chawla (COO) and Dicson Diclause (CMO) later joined the team. Farming and product experts are driven to reduce the use of chemicals in products and deliver nutrient-rich foods at affordable prices directly to consumers’ doorsteps.
Through Barton Breeze’s end-to-end chain from farm development through to packaging and product delivery, more than 40 varieties of crops are grown hydroponically for commercial offering; with already developed value-added products such as Ready to Eat Salad boxes, dips, and oils available online that meet their standards for freshness and the necessary nutrition. These products are easily available at major online and 100+ retail stores across Delhi NCR.
In the coming year, Barton Breeze plans for expansion with the introduction of 20 more SKUs into their FMCG range alongside further growth of their farms across the Delhi National Capital Region (NCR).
With this present infusion of funding, they look forward towards achieving its mission – of making delicious nutritious food accessible & cheaper to all customers without compromising on quality or reducing its commitment towards environment-driven development or sustainable agriculture business practices.