New in Funding: $25M for the “Willy Wonka of natural foods” €180M for European Food Tech

New in Funding: $25M for the “Willy Wonka of natural foods” €180M for European Food Tech

By
Nicola Spalding
October 8, 2021

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🇪🇺 Five Seasons Ventures announced the final closing of its €180M second fund, with a focus on European foodtech and designed to support fast-growing food startups with a quantifiable environmental or social impact. 

☁️ Indian cloud kitchen startup Rebel Foods raised $175M Series F funding at a valuation of $1.4 billion, making it the latest Indian startup to hit unicorn status.

🛒 Do Good Foods secured $169M for its grocery food waste-reducing solution, which collects and converts unsold foods into a nutrient-dense animal feed to create sustainable animal protein.

Source: Licious

🦄 Bangalore-based Licious hit unicorn status with its $52M Series G funding round for its ecommerce platform which sells fresh meat and seafood in 14 Indian cities.

🇪🇸 Eatable Adventures launched a $50M fund, ‘Eatable Evolution Fund FCR I’, to target disruptive startups within the food and agricultural technology sectors.

🥬 South Korean indoor agriculture startup N.Thing closed $26M Series B funding for its modular, container-based vertical farming system, called CUBE, and the software to run it, CUBE OS.

🍄 Kingdom Supercultures raised $25M Series A funding to expand R&D of its “supercultures”-based foods range and allow it to work with some of the largest CPG firms. Dubbed the “Willy Wonka factory of natural foods”.

Source: Cala

🐄 CH4 Globalraised $13M Series A funding. The Nevada-based startup turns seaweed into livestock feed, which reduces the methane cows produce by up to 90%.

🍝 Paris-based Cala secured €5.5M seed funding for its autonomous pasta-robot restaurant technology, which preps and cooks pasta, plates it, and cleans up using a cartesian coordinate system robot.

🥞 Icelandic brand Good Good raised $2M in a Series A follow-up round to scale its production and innovation within no-added sugar products, including its latest launch: a keto-friendly pancake and waffle mix.

🥚 Israeli food tech Egg’n’up, which is focused on plant-based egg substitutes, secured $2.5M, including $2M from Millennium Food-Tech, at a company valuation of $8M

Source: Agua Bontita

💦 Agua Bonita secured $2M in an oversubscribed pre-seed funding round for its clean label twist on traditional Mexican aguas frescas, usually made with sugar.

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This is a web version of FoodHack's 'This Week In Food' newsletter. Sign up here to receive the next edition to your inbox.

🇪🇺 Five Seasons Ventures announced the final closing of its €180M second fund, with a focus on European foodtech and designed to support fast-growing food startups with a quantifiable environmental or social impact. 

☁️ Indian cloud kitchen startup Rebel Foods raised $175M Series F funding at a valuation of $1.4 billion, making it the latest Indian startup to hit unicorn status.

🛒 Do Good Foods secured $169M for its grocery food waste-reducing solution, which collects and converts unsold foods into a nutrient-dense animal feed to create sustainable animal protein.

Source: Licious

🦄 Bangalore-based Licious hit unicorn status with its $52M Series G funding round for its ecommerce platform which sells fresh meat and seafood in 14 Indian cities.

🇪🇸 Eatable Adventures launched a $50M fund, ‘Eatable Evolution Fund FCR I’, to target disruptive startups within the food and agricultural technology sectors.

🥬 South Korean indoor agriculture startup N.Thing closed $26M Series B funding for its modular, container-based vertical farming system, called CUBE, and the software to run it, CUBE OS.

🍄 Kingdom Supercultures raised $25M Series A funding to expand R&D of its “supercultures”-based foods range and allow it to work with some of the largest CPG firms. Dubbed the “Willy Wonka factory of natural foods”.

Source: Cala

🐄 CH4 Globalraised $13M Series A funding. The Nevada-based startup turns seaweed into livestock feed, which reduces the methane cows produce by up to 90%.

🍝 Paris-based Cala secured €5.5M seed funding for its autonomous pasta-robot restaurant technology, which preps and cooks pasta, plates it, and cleans up using a cartesian coordinate system robot.

🥞 Icelandic brand Good Good raised $2M in a Series A follow-up round to scale its production and innovation within no-added sugar products, including its latest launch: a keto-friendly pancake and waffle mix.

🥚 Israeli food tech Egg’n’up, which is focused on plant-based egg substitutes, secured $2.5M, including $2M from Millennium Food-Tech, at a company valuation of $8M

Source: Agua Bontita

💦 Agua Bonita secured $2M in an oversubscribed pre-seed funding round for its clean label twist on traditional Mexican aguas frescas, usually made with sugar.

This is a web version of FoodHack's 'This Week In Food' newsletter. Sign up here to receive the next edition to your inbox.

🇪🇺 Five Seasons Ventures announced the final closing of its €180M second fund, with a focus on European foodtech and designed to support fast-growing food startups with a quantifiable environmental or social impact. 

☁️ Indian cloud kitchen startup Rebel Foods raised $175M Series F funding at a valuation of $1.4 billion, making it the latest Indian startup to hit unicorn status.

🛒 Do Good Foods secured $169M for its grocery food waste-reducing solution, which collects and converts unsold foods into a nutrient-dense animal feed to create sustainable animal protein.

Source: Licious

🦄 Bangalore-based Licious hit unicorn status with its $52M Series G funding round for its ecommerce platform which sells fresh meat and seafood in 14 Indian cities.

🇪🇸 Eatable Adventures launched a $50M fund, ‘Eatable Evolution Fund FCR I’, to target disruptive startups within the food and agricultural technology sectors.

🥬 South Korean indoor agriculture startup N.Thing closed $26M Series B funding for its modular, container-based vertical farming system, called CUBE, and the software to run it, CUBE OS.

🍄 Kingdom Supercultures raised $25M Series A funding to expand R&D of its “supercultures”-based foods range and allow it to work with some of the largest CPG firms. Dubbed the “Willy Wonka factory of natural foods”.

Source: Cala

🐄 CH4 Globalraised $13M Series A funding. The Nevada-based startup turns seaweed into livestock feed, which reduces the methane cows produce by up to 90%.

🍝 Paris-based Cala secured €5.5M seed funding for its autonomous pasta-robot restaurant technology, which preps and cooks pasta, plates it, and cleans up using a cartesian coordinate system robot.

🥞 Icelandic brand Good Good raised $2M in a Series A follow-up round to scale its production and innovation within no-added sugar products, including its latest launch: a keto-friendly pancake and waffle mix.

🥚 Israeli food tech Egg’n’up, which is focused on plant-based egg substitutes, secured $2.5M, including $2M from Millennium Food-Tech, at a company valuation of $8M

Source: Agua Bontita

💦 Agua Bonita secured $2M in an oversubscribed pre-seed funding round for its clean label twist on traditional Mexican aguas frescas, usually made with sugar.

This is a web version of FoodHack's 'This Week In Food' newsletter. Sign up here to receive the next edition to your inbox.

🇪🇺 Five Seasons Ventures announced the final closing of its €180M second fund, with a focus on European foodtech and designed to support fast-growing food startups with a quantifiable environmental or social impact. 

☁️ Indian cloud kitchen startup Rebel Foods raised $175M Series F funding at a valuation of $1.4 billion, making it the latest Indian startup to hit unicorn status.

🛒 Do Good Foods secured $169M for its grocery food waste-reducing solution, which collects and converts unsold foods into a nutrient-dense animal feed to create sustainable animal protein.

Source: Licious

🦄 Bangalore-based Licious hit unicorn status with its $52M Series G funding round for its ecommerce platform which sells fresh meat and seafood in 14 Indian cities.

🇪🇸 Eatable Adventures launched a $50M fund, ‘Eatable Evolution Fund FCR I’, to target disruptive startups within the food and agricultural technology sectors.

🥬 South Korean indoor agriculture startup N.Thing closed $26M Series B funding for its modular, container-based vertical farming system, called CUBE, and the software to run it, CUBE OS.

🍄 Kingdom Supercultures raised $25M Series A funding to expand R&D of its “supercultures”-based foods range and allow it to work with some of the largest CPG firms. Dubbed the “Willy Wonka factory of natural foods”.

Source: Cala

🐄 CH4 Globalraised $13M Series A funding. The Nevada-based startup turns seaweed into livestock feed, which reduces the methane cows produce by up to 90%.

🍝 Paris-based Cala secured €5.5M seed funding for its autonomous pasta-robot restaurant technology, which preps and cooks pasta, plates it, and cleans up using a cartesian coordinate system robot.

🥞 Icelandic brand Good Good raised $2M in a Series A follow-up round to scale its production and innovation within no-added sugar products, including its latest launch: a keto-friendly pancake and waffle mix.

🥚 Israeli food tech Egg’n’up, which is focused on plant-based egg substitutes, secured $2.5M, including $2M from Millennium Food-Tech, at a company valuation of $8M

Source: Agua Bontita

💦 Agua Bonita secured $2M in an oversubscribed pre-seed funding round for its clean label twist on traditional Mexican aguas frescas, usually made with sugar.

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