Indonesian startup Eden Farm closes $1.7m seed round led by Global Founders Capital

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Indonesian agriculture supply chain startup Eden Farm, which received its first investment from Silicon Valley-based accelerator Y Combinator, has closed its seed funding at around $1.7 million,  according to the company founder and CEO David Gunawan.

“We’ve raised an oversubscribed $1,725,000 [round] led by Rocket Internet-backed company, Global Founders Capital, followed by Everhaus, SOMA Capital, S7 Venture, and several angels,” he told DealStreetAsia.

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