Apeel Stock

apeel.com/FoodTech / AgTechFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $647.05MM

Apeel developed a food preservation technology that aims to slow the rate of oxidation and moisture loss affecting produce. Made from purified monoglycerides and diglycerides, Apeel is a safe-to-eat, protective layer that keeps produce fresh longer. Apeel was founded in 2012 by James Rogers Ph.D., Louis Perez Ph.D., and Jenny Du Ph.D. and is headquartered in Goleta, CA.

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Team

Management Team

James Rogers Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Bill Strong
Chief Financial Officer
Louis Perez Ph.D
Co-Founder & Senior Vice President, General Manager — NPI
Jenny Du Ph.D
Co-Founder & Senior Vice President, Government Affairs and Special Projects

Board Members

Vijay Pande Ph.D
Adreessen Horowitz
Walter Robb IV
S2G Ventures

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News Highlights

Apeel CEO steps down, mission remains same

Apeel Sciences founder and CEO James Rogers is stepping down after 12 years. He will be succeeded by Luiz Beling, who has over 20 years of agriculture industry experience. The company recently began licensing its fruit coating technology through partners like Limoneira to expand availability. Rogers says Apeel has now aligned its social mission and commercial success.

Goleta-Based Apeel and Ventura County’s Limoneira Sign Exclusive Deal

Lemons with a pink flesh and green-and-yellow-striped skin are among the hybrids grown in the orchards of the Limoneira Company, which just finalized an agreement with Goleta-based Apeel Sciences to bathe its fruit with Apeel’s edible coating that extends the shelf life of fruits and vegetables.

Apeel bites into another $250M funding round, at a $2B valuation, to accelerate fresh food supply chains – TechCrunch

Apeel developed a plant-based layer for the surface of fruits and vegetables, that is tasteless and odorless, and keeps moisture in, while letting oxygen out.
Updated on: Jul 23, 2024

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