AgLocal shifts to consumer-facing subscription, raises $1.3M more

Originally from Prairie Village, Kan., AgLocal continues to make moves on the west coast. The meat marketplace—now based out of San Francisco—today announced it has flipped its model to become a consumer-facing subscription service, and has raised ...

Originally from Prairie Village, Kan., AgLocal continues to make moves on the West Coast. The meat marketplace—now based out of San Francisco—announced Wednesday it has flipped its model to become a consumer-facing subscription service, and has raised an additional $1.3 million from Chicago Ventures and others. Fast Company and TechCrunch provided some insight into the major shift co-founder Naithan Jones and the startup undertook and why it was so necessary. On its new site, customers can search meat from family-operated farms and choose from two subscription options.  — Source: Fast Company and TechCrunch

 


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