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Full Harvest

The Business Marketplace for Surplus and Imperfect Produce

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Christine Moseley

Founder & CEO at Full Harvest

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Employees 21–50
Headquarters San Francisco, California, United States
Every year, 25% of all edible produce is wasted on farms in the U.S. simply because of cosmetic or surplus reasons, contributing to food waste now being the #1 contributor to climate change globally. Full Harvest is solving the massive food waste problem at the farm level - one of the most scalable ways to solve the problem- with technology and innovation by providing the industry's first business-to-business marketplace for imperfect and surplus produce.

The Full Harvest marketplace connects food and beverage brands and processors to farms online to buy discounted, imperfect produce. The company is creating value along the entire supply chain by lowering healthy food production costs, significantly reducing wasted food and resources, while also bringing farmers an additional revenue stream. A win-win-win for farmers, food companies, and the planet.

Notable Achievements

  • To date, we have sold 40M lbs of produced, 2B gal H2O saved, 14M kg CO2 avoided.
  • Partnered with Danone North America to launch new Two Good 'Good Save' yogurt line made with Full Harvest Verified RescuedTM meyer lemons.
  • Have increased some farms' profit per acre by up to 12% while saving buyers between 10% and 20% and saved customers up to 95% of their time.

Currently Operating in Three Regions

Press Mentions

December 17, 2021

Full Harvest targets food waste by finding homes for imperfect, surplus produce

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May 9, 2023

Full Harvest Expands Supply Chain Digitization to Cover All Grades of Produce

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November 29, 2022

Full Harvest Acquires FarmersWeb

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June 15, 2022

Tackling farm food waste B2B

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