A 'Broken Food System' Led to the Creation of Full Harvest

The investor pitch: Only 4% of produce is bought online

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Christine Moseley was walking through a field of romaine lettuce when she realized the pickers were only harvesting 25% of the plant and letting the other 75% fall to the ground. She quickly learned she could sell the full harvest to food and beverage companies. That’s how Full Harvest came to be.

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