Infarm is Said in Talks to Go Public Via Merger with SPAC, Kernel Group Holdings (KRNL) - Bloomberg
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(Updated - June 16, 2021 4:23 PM EDT)
Infarm, a startup focused on indoor and urban farming, is in advanced talks to go public through a merger with Kernel Group Holdings (NASDAQ: KRNL), a blank check firm, according to Bloomberg, citing sources.
A transaction would value the combined entity at more than $1 billion.
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