Ceres has been awarded on TIME and Statista’s inaugural list of America’s Top GreenTech Companies 2024, ranking in the top 10 for AgriTech, and #64 out of #250 that made this year’s list, chosen from 4,600 candidates. 

This prestigious award is presented by TIME and *Statista Inc., the leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider. The award list was announced on March 5th, 2024, and can be viewed on TIME’s website.

This exclusive list is focused on the top US companies developing and providing green technologies, products, or services that help mitigate or reverse the impact of human activities on the environment. 

“Based on these study results, Ceres is proud to be recognized on TIME’s list of America’s Top GreenTech Companies 2024,” said Ramsey Masri, CEO at Ceres Imaging. “The Ceres team is dedicated to offering sustainability solutions to our customers around the world, providing them with the advantage of finely tuned data models—refined by more than 11 billion individual plant-level measurements, captured over ten years and more than 40 crop types.”

The ranking is based on the research and analysis of over 4,600 companies across three dimensions; Positive Environmental Impact, Financial Strength and Innovation Drive.

In support of the research, data was gathered from company applications, annual reports, media monitoring, and other public source. Additionally, Statista worked with specialized data partners, HolonIQ and LexisNexis PatentSight to further strengthen the data quality.

*Statista publishes hundreds of worldwide industry rankings and company listings with high-profile media partners. This research and analysis service is based on the success of, the leading data and business intelligence portal that provides statistics, relevant business data, and various market and consumer studies and surveys.

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