Foodshed Investors mission is is increase the supply of good local food. But what do we mean by that?
We see "Good Local Food" as Good, Clean, Fair, and Local...
When we started this adventure in 2014 the first thing we did was list our values and principles. They haven't really changed...
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Last updated: January 19, 2019
Welcome to Foodshed Investors. The website www.foodshedinvestors.com, and the various related services (the “Services”), features, functions, software, applications, websites and networks (collectively, this “Site”) are provided and operated by Local Impact Investors, LLC d/b/a Foodshed Investors (FI) and also d/b/a Austin Foodshed Investors (“AFI”).
Short answer: No.
Often firms that come to Foodshed Investors want us to sign an NDA, or Non-Disclosure Agreement. This is totally understandable, as they are concerned about their proprietary trade secrets, their financial actuals and projections, and their plans for the future. But we won't do it...
We get a lot of questions about Accredited and Unaccredited Investors. We'd like to clarify what accreditation means, why it matters, and how FI works with these investors.
Before we start, this is not legal advice and we are not attorneys. With that out of the way, we hear from a lot of companies about general confusion regarding 506 (b) and 506 (c) deals. This FAQ is intended to help clear up this confusion and provide some high level information with regards to these two types of investor exemptions.
Our Funding Readiness advisory service provides the process and tools for entrepreneurs to prepare due diligence materials for efficient investor review, and in...
While we are happy to talk to any food or agriculture company that meets our Qualification Criteria, we are particularly interested in firms that directly impact soil quality, human health, animal welfare, and environmental improvement. Click Read More to see a video and read more about the types of companies we like best.