A wide range of innovative and affordable technologies have emerged to facilitate the creation, expansion and streamlining of Food Value Chains (FVCs) in developing countries. These technologies target various value chain activities, including agricultural production, processing, storage, marketing, distribution and consumption. Low-cost greenhouses, solar food dryers, threshers, grinders, storage and packaging equipment are just a few technologies that have the potential to improve the livelihoods of millions of smallholder farmers and agricultural workers while making FVCs more efficient and bolstering food security. To successfully disseminate these technologies, entrepreneurs need to develop sound business strategies to get their products to market as well as business models that potential customers can adopt to sustain and profit from the technology. This paper presents a typology of systemic multi-stakeholder business models to assist technology entrepreneurs in commercializing and integrating their agricultural technologies into FVCs.