Consistent Quality

with Less Waste

through a data-powered food supply chain.

Put Your Best Fruit Forward

Tools to manage perishable inventory at every stage of the supply chain

For Packers

Strella helps apple and pear packers identify maturity in controlled atmosphere storage rooms to optimize room open order and increase packouts. More here.

For Importers

Strella monitors the maturity of produce containers in transit to help importers optimize inventory based on shelf life. More here.

For Retailers

Strella reorganizes retailer inventory from First-In First-Out (FIFO) to First-Expiry First-Out (FEFO) orders. We've demonstrated a 50% shrink reduction on store shelves and 5x quality improvements at major American retailers. More here.

Fruits Talk,
We Listen

Strella's proprietary sensors collect data throughout the supply chain to power first-in-class shelf life data. Coupled with decision algorithms for each supply chain segment, we're putting better produce on the shelf with less waste.

Proprietary Data

Predicting maturity requires specialized sensors that target the indicators of shelf life. We measure physiological gas outputs of produce as it begins to ripen. These emissions provide earlier and more accurate means of predicting quality than vision or environmental measurements.

Connected Supply Chain

Data isn’t transferred as produce moves down the supply chain, making the whole system inefficient. Strella is dedicated to a smarter supply chain that mutually benefits everyone, from grower to retailer.

Actionable Decisions

Every Strella solution is designed specifically for people in produce. All the data we collect is interpreted into simple and useful decision-making that integrates flawlessly into existing processes and data systems.

Who We Are

Katherine Sizov
CEO
Jay Jordan
COO
Zuyang Liu
IoT Lead
Boris Polyak
Head of R&D
Jeremy Willow
Principal Scientist
Maria Yamburenko
Principal Molecular Biologist
Luke Tiffany
PNW Account Manager
Eric Scardelli
Head of Product
Eric Sun
Full Stack Developer