The oil substitute technology developer is looking to disrupt vegetable oil supply chains with backing from Virgin Group.

US-based sustainable oil producer Zero Acre Farms secured $37m yesterday in a series A round featuring conglomerate Virgin Group as it works toward replacing destructive oil supply chains. Lowercarbon Capital and Fifty Years co-led the round, which included S2G Ventures, Collaborative Fund, Footprint Coalition Ventures, private investor Dan Barber and undisclosed other participants. Founded in…

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