This Week In Food: Chef David Chang talk's Cultivated Meat, FoodLab's new €100m fund, Givaudan's latest acquisition

This Week In Food: Chef David Chang talk's Cultivated Meat, FoodLab's new €100m fund, Givaudan's latest acquisition

By
Nicola Spalding
October 15, 2021

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In this week's edition:

  • $80m to build out bioreactors.
  • Plant-based startups take to the streets.
  • Chef David Chang talks cultivated meat.
  • Givaudan's latest acquisition.

💡 The Digest

📈 What’s Up:  According to the latest Meat Atlas report, the top five meat and dairy companies in the world produce higher emissions than the biggest oil producers.

📉 What’s Down: France will ban plastic packaging for fruits and vegetables from January 2022, in order to cut down on single-use plastic and reduce packaging consumption.

🍖 Check out this video of Chef David Chang talking about cultivated meat and his new Hulu series, ‘The Next Thing You Eat’, which focuses on the “unbelievable ingenuity” happening across the food tech industry. p.s. if you know David Chang, get in touch - we'd love to have him speak at the FoodHack Summit in May.

💸 New In Funding

💰 Atlantic Food Labs is relaunching as FoodLabs and is dedicating a €100M fund to support food, health and sustainability startups, with the goal of helping Europe to become the “epicenter of food and agtech innovation”.

💸 Culture Biosciences announced its $80M Series B financing round to develop 5L and 250L bioreactors and meet demand for large-scale biomanufacturing - used for everything from meat alternatives to vaccines.

🥯 Better Brand closed a $2.5M funding round. Described as the “Beyond Meat of carbs”, the food tech uses modified enzyme technology to reduce the net carbohydrates in grain-based foods.

🧀 Grounded Foods raised $2.5M pre-Series A funding to aid its expansion plans for its hemp and “ugly” cauliflower-based cheeses, made via a proprietary fermentation process.

☕ Copenhagen-based Kaffe Bueno, which upcycles coffee products into functional ingredients, scored a €2.5M grant from the European Innovation Council to build Europe's first Coffee Biorefinery

🗑️ Dutch startup Orbisk secured a €2.4M grant from the European Innovation Council for its fully automated waste monitoring service, which allows restaurants to reduce their food waste by up to 70%.

🌿 French algae expert Algama Foods received a €2M grant from the European Commission to develop algae-based plant-based fish products, dubbed “Seafood Algternatives”.

💸 Find all 19 funding rounds of the week including foodservice optimization startup ResQ, Swedish software startup TrusTrace, and more.

Pizzas and Billboards

Source: Basil Street

🛫 Basil Street has struck a deal with Prepango, which specialises in automated food and beverage retail in airports, to roll out its pizza vending machines to airports across the US.

🗽 Switzerland's Planted Foods caused a stir in Berlin with its latest campaign: a 100 square meter art installation made of plants in the shape of a chicken, designed to encourage consumers to question the way meat is produced and consumed. And last week, Hooked Foods did something similar in Stockholm.

🍕 Reef Kitchens announced a partnership with 800 Degrees Woodfired Pizza to open 500 ghost kitchens for the brand over the next five years, the first of which just opened in Miami.

🇬🇧 Russian tech giant Yandex has just hit London’s on-demand grocery scene with its new service, Yango Deli, which promises grocery delivery in just 15 minutes.

🔎Botanists at the University of Basel have developed “an efficient and low cost” way to determine the origin of food, which should help to eliminate food fraud

👋 Astanor Ventures welcomed David Barber and Emmanuel Faber to the team this week, both big hitters in impact-driven food and agriculture technology.

💡MassChallenge Switzerland announced their top 12 Finalists including foodtech's B'ZEOS, Gelatex, Sophie's Bionutrients, Umiami and more.

Plant-Based Launches

Source: Karevela

🥫 One of Europe’s largest producers of canned fish, Karavela, has launched a new plant-based canned seafood range, Fish Peas, with products made from yellow peas.

🦐 British startup Native Snacks has launched what it claims are the world’s first vegan prawn crackers, to try and reduce the impact of prawn farming on vital mangrove habitats.

🧀 Urgent Company just launched Modern Kitchen vegan cream cheese, the first of its kind in the world, made with Perfect Day’s real dairy proteins made without cows, available in three flavours.

🌱 Germany’s largest dairy cooperative, DMK Group, announced its plans to move into the plant-based market, starting with vegan cheeses which will launch in early 2022.

🧀 Follow Your Heart has added three new plant-based cheeses to its product lineup, including first-of-its-kind Bleu Cheese Style Dairy-Free Crumbles, and launched them across the US.

🍫 French chocolate giant Valrhona has released its first vegan milk chocolate bar, Amatika 46 percent, which it claims is “sweet and creamy like a milk chocolate couverture, but powerful like a single origin.”

Big Food

Source: DDW

🎨 Swiss flavour and fragrance giant Givaudan is set to acquire US-based DDW, The Color House, which offers natural colour solutions for food and beverage manufacturers.

🌅 Hershey is shifting its strategy to target the growing morning snacking segment, after 127 years supporting the afternoon pick-me-up, because apparently 83% of consumers eat dessert before noon.

🇮🇱 7-Eleven is opening its first Tel Aviv store in 2022 before rolling out throughout Israel, in a deal worth NIS 60 million, though it will only operate six days a week due to Shabbat closures.

🏢 McDonald’s Corp. has opened a new sustainability-focused headquarters in Shanghai, China, which will also house Hamburger University and a food innovation centre to create items for the local market.

🥤 PepsiCo is launching a functional beverage, Rockstar Unplugged, in three flavours made with hemp seeds as a way to encourage relaxation and improve mood.

👋 From The Community

🍫 So you want to build a CPG brand? Watch this first.

🇨🇭Last week we hosted the Swiss FoodTech dinner with 30 entrepreneurs, investors, and enablers in the Swiss ecosystem. Check out the photos here

💡Hiring: Vly Foods (Germany) are hiring a Head of Product, Cultivated Biosciences (Switzerland) is hiring a Senior Food Scientist, Formo (Germany) is recruiting a Public Affairs Director, Alpha Foods (Canada) are hiring a Social Media Specialist & CellulaREvolution (UK) has an available role as Chief of Staff.


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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.


In this week's edition:

  • $80m to build out bioreactors.
  • Plant-based startups take to the streets.
  • Chef David Chang talks cultivated meat.
  • Givaudan's latest acquisition.

💡 The Digest

📈 What’s Up:  According to the latest Meat Atlas report, the top five meat and dairy companies in the world produce higher emissions than the biggest oil producers.

📉 What’s Down: France will ban plastic packaging for fruits and vegetables from January 2022, in order to cut down on single-use plastic and reduce packaging consumption.

🍖 Check out this video of Chef David Chang talking about cultivated meat and his new Hulu series, ‘The Next Thing You Eat’, which focuses on the “unbelievable ingenuity” happening across the food tech industry. p.s. if you know David Chang, get in touch - we'd love to have him speak at the FoodHack Summit in May.

💸 New In Funding

💰 Atlantic Food Labs is relaunching as FoodLabs and is dedicating a €100M fund to support food, health and sustainability startups, with the goal of helping Europe to become the “epicenter of food and agtech innovation”.

💸 Culture Biosciences announced its $80M Series B financing round to develop 5L and 250L bioreactors and meet demand for large-scale biomanufacturing - used for everything from meat alternatives to vaccines.

🥯 Better Brand closed a $2.5M funding round. Described as the “Beyond Meat of carbs”, the food tech uses modified enzyme technology to reduce the net carbohydrates in grain-based foods.

🧀 Grounded Foods raised $2.5M pre-Series A funding to aid its expansion plans for its hemp and “ugly” cauliflower-based cheeses, made via a proprietary fermentation process.

☕ Copenhagen-based Kaffe Bueno, which upcycles coffee products into functional ingredients, scored a €2.5M grant from the European Innovation Council to build Europe's first Coffee Biorefinery

🗑️ Dutch startup Orbisk secured a €2.4M grant from the European Innovation Council for its fully automated waste monitoring service, which allows restaurants to reduce their food waste by up to 70%.

🌿 French algae expert Algama Foods received a €2M grant from the European Commission to develop algae-based plant-based fish products, dubbed “Seafood Algternatives”.

💸 Find all 19 funding rounds of the week including foodservice optimization startup ResQ, Swedish software startup TrusTrace, and more.

Pizzas and Billboards

Source: Basil Street

🛫 Basil Street has struck a deal with Prepango, which specialises in automated food and beverage retail in airports, to roll out its pizza vending machines to airports across the US.

🗽 Switzerland's Planted Foods caused a stir in Berlin with its latest campaign: a 100 square meter art installation made of plants in the shape of a chicken, designed to encourage consumers to question the way meat is produced and consumed. And last week, Hooked Foods did something similar in Stockholm.

🍕 Reef Kitchens announced a partnership with 800 Degrees Woodfired Pizza to open 500 ghost kitchens for the brand over the next five years, the first of which just opened in Miami.

🇬🇧 Russian tech giant Yandex has just hit London’s on-demand grocery scene with its new service, Yango Deli, which promises grocery delivery in just 15 minutes.

🔎Botanists at the University of Basel have developed “an efficient and low cost” way to determine the origin of food, which should help to eliminate food fraud

👋 Astanor Ventures welcomed David Barber and Emmanuel Faber to the team this week, both big hitters in impact-driven food and agriculture technology.

💡MassChallenge Switzerland announced their top 12 Finalists including foodtech's B'ZEOS, Gelatex, Sophie's Bionutrients, Umiami and more.

Plant-Based Launches

Source: Karevela

🥫 One of Europe’s largest producers of canned fish, Karavela, has launched a new plant-based canned seafood range, Fish Peas, with products made from yellow peas.

🦐 British startup Native Snacks has launched what it claims are the world’s first vegan prawn crackers, to try and reduce the impact of prawn farming on vital mangrove habitats.

🧀 Urgent Company just launched Modern Kitchen vegan cream cheese, the first of its kind in the world, made with Perfect Day’s real dairy proteins made without cows, available in three flavours.

🌱 Germany’s largest dairy cooperative, DMK Group, announced its plans to move into the plant-based market, starting with vegan cheeses which will launch in early 2022.

🧀 Follow Your Heart has added three new plant-based cheeses to its product lineup, including first-of-its-kind Bleu Cheese Style Dairy-Free Crumbles, and launched them across the US.

🍫 French chocolate giant Valrhona has released its first vegan milk chocolate bar, Amatika 46 percent, which it claims is “sweet and creamy like a milk chocolate couverture, but powerful like a single origin.”

Big Food

Source: DDW

🎨 Swiss flavour and fragrance giant Givaudan is set to acquire US-based DDW, The Color House, which offers natural colour solutions for food and beverage manufacturers.

🌅 Hershey is shifting its strategy to target the growing morning snacking segment, after 127 years supporting the afternoon pick-me-up, because apparently 83% of consumers eat dessert before noon.

🇮🇱 7-Eleven is opening its first Tel Aviv store in 2022 before rolling out throughout Israel, in a deal worth NIS 60 million, though it will only operate six days a week due to Shabbat closures.

🏢 McDonald’s Corp. has opened a new sustainability-focused headquarters in Shanghai, China, which will also house Hamburger University and a food innovation centre to create items for the local market.

🥤 PepsiCo is launching a functional beverage, Rockstar Unplugged, in three flavours made with hemp seeds as a way to encourage relaxation and improve mood.

👋 From The Community

🍫 So you want to build a CPG brand? Watch this first.

🇨🇭Last week we hosted the Swiss FoodTech dinner with 30 entrepreneurs, investors, and enablers in the Swiss ecosystem. Check out the photos here

💡Hiring: Vly Foods (Germany) are hiring a Head of Product, Cultivated Biosciences (Switzerland) is hiring a Senior Food Scientist, Formo (Germany) is recruiting a Public Affairs Director, Alpha Foods (Canada) are hiring a Social Media Specialist & CellulaREvolution (UK) has an available role as Chief of Staff.


How did you like today's email?

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Curated by Nicola & Arman

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


In this week's edition:

  • $80m to build out bioreactors.
  • Plant-based startups take to the streets.
  • Chef David Chang talks cultivated meat.
  • Givaudan's latest acquisition.

💡 The Digest

📈 What’s Up:  According to the latest Meat Atlas report, the top five meat and dairy companies in the world produce higher emissions than the biggest oil producers.

📉 What’s Down: France will ban plastic packaging for fruits and vegetables from January 2022, in order to cut down on single-use plastic and reduce packaging consumption.

🍖 Check out this video of Chef David Chang talking about cultivated meat and his new Hulu series, ‘The Next Thing You Eat’, which focuses on the “unbelievable ingenuity” happening across the food tech industry. p.s. if you know David Chang, get in touch - we'd love to have him speak at the FoodHack Summit in May.

💸 New In Funding

💰 Atlantic Food Labs is relaunching as FoodLabs and is dedicating a €100M fund to support food, health and sustainability startups, with the goal of helping Europe to become the “epicenter of food and agtech innovation”.

💸 Culture Biosciences announced its $80M Series B financing round to develop 5L and 250L bioreactors and meet demand for large-scale biomanufacturing - used for everything from meat alternatives to vaccines.

🥯 Better Brand closed a $2.5M funding round. Described as the “Beyond Meat of carbs”, the food tech uses modified enzyme technology to reduce the net carbohydrates in grain-based foods.

🧀 Grounded Foods raised $2.5M pre-Series A funding to aid its expansion plans for its hemp and “ugly” cauliflower-based cheeses, made via a proprietary fermentation process.

☕ Copenhagen-based Kaffe Bueno, which upcycles coffee products into functional ingredients, scored a €2.5M grant from the European Innovation Council to build Europe's first Coffee Biorefinery

🗑️ Dutch startup Orbisk secured a €2.4M grant from the European Innovation Council for its fully automated waste monitoring service, which allows restaurants to reduce their food waste by up to 70%.

🌿 French algae expert Algama Foods received a €2M grant from the European Commission to develop algae-based plant-based fish products, dubbed “Seafood Algternatives”.

💸 Find all 19 funding rounds of the week including foodservice optimization startup ResQ, Swedish software startup TrusTrace, and more.

Pizzas and Billboards

Source: Basil Street

🛫 Basil Street has struck a deal with Prepango, which specialises in automated food and beverage retail in airports, to roll out its pizza vending machines to airports across the US.

🗽 Switzerland's Planted Foods caused a stir in Berlin with its latest campaign: a 100 square meter art installation made of plants in the shape of a chicken, designed to encourage consumers to question the way meat is produced and consumed. And last week, Hooked Foods did something similar in Stockholm.

🍕 Reef Kitchens announced a partnership with 800 Degrees Woodfired Pizza to open 500 ghost kitchens for the brand over the next five years, the first of which just opened in Miami.

🇬🇧 Russian tech giant Yandex has just hit London’s on-demand grocery scene with its new service, Yango Deli, which promises grocery delivery in just 15 minutes.

🔎Botanists at the University of Basel have developed “an efficient and low cost” way to determine the origin of food, which should help to eliminate food fraud

👋 Astanor Ventures welcomed David Barber and Emmanuel Faber to the team this week, both big hitters in impact-driven food and agriculture technology.

💡MassChallenge Switzerland announced their top 12 Finalists including foodtech's B'ZEOS, Gelatex, Sophie's Bionutrients, Umiami and more.

Plant-Based Launches

Source: Karevela

🥫 One of Europe’s largest producers of canned fish, Karavela, has launched a new plant-based canned seafood range, Fish Peas, with products made from yellow peas.

🦐 British startup Native Snacks has launched what it claims are the world’s first vegan prawn crackers, to try and reduce the impact of prawn farming on vital mangrove habitats.

🧀 Urgent Company just launched Modern Kitchen vegan cream cheese, the first of its kind in the world, made with Perfect Day’s real dairy proteins made without cows, available in three flavours.

🌱 Germany’s largest dairy cooperative, DMK Group, announced its plans to move into the plant-based market, starting with vegan cheeses which will launch in early 2022.

🧀 Follow Your Heart has added three new plant-based cheeses to its product lineup, including first-of-its-kind Bleu Cheese Style Dairy-Free Crumbles, and launched them across the US.

🍫 French chocolate giant Valrhona has released its first vegan milk chocolate bar, Amatika 46 percent, which it claims is “sweet and creamy like a milk chocolate couverture, but powerful like a single origin.”

Big Food

Source: DDW

🎨 Swiss flavour and fragrance giant Givaudan is set to acquire US-based DDW, The Color House, which offers natural colour solutions for food and beverage manufacturers.

🌅 Hershey is shifting its strategy to target the growing morning snacking segment, after 127 years supporting the afternoon pick-me-up, because apparently 83% of consumers eat dessert before noon.

🇮🇱 7-Eleven is opening its first Tel Aviv store in 2022 before rolling out throughout Israel, in a deal worth NIS 60 million, though it will only operate six days a week due to Shabbat closures.

🏢 McDonald’s Corp. has opened a new sustainability-focused headquarters in Shanghai, China, which will also house Hamburger University and a food innovation centre to create items for the local market.

🥤 PepsiCo is launching a functional beverage, Rockstar Unplugged, in three flavours made with hemp seeds as a way to encourage relaxation and improve mood.

👋 From The Community

🍫 So you want to build a CPG brand? Watch this first.

🇨🇭Last week we hosted the Swiss FoodTech dinner with 30 entrepreneurs, investors, and enablers in the Swiss ecosystem. Check out the photos here

💡Hiring: Vly Foods (Germany) are hiring a Head of Product, Cultivated Biosciences (Switzerland) is hiring a Senior Food Scientist, Formo (Germany) is recruiting a Public Affairs Director, Alpha Foods (Canada) are hiring a Social Media Specialist & CellulaREvolution (UK) has an available role as Chief of Staff.


How did you like today's email?

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Curated by Nicola & Arman

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


In this week's edition:

  • $80m to build out bioreactors.
  • Plant-based startups take to the streets.
  • Chef David Chang talks cultivated meat.
  • Givaudan's latest acquisition.

💡 The Digest

📈 What’s Up:  According to the latest Meat Atlas report, the top five meat and dairy companies in the world produce higher emissions than the biggest oil producers.

📉 What’s Down: France will ban plastic packaging for fruits and vegetables from January 2022, in order to cut down on single-use plastic and reduce packaging consumption.

🍖 Check out this video of Chef David Chang talking about cultivated meat and his new Hulu series, ‘The Next Thing You Eat’, which focuses on the “unbelievable ingenuity” happening across the food tech industry. p.s. if you know David Chang, get in touch - we'd love to have him speak at the FoodHack Summit in May.

💸 New In Funding

💰 Atlantic Food Labs is relaunching as FoodLabs and is dedicating a €100M fund to support food, health and sustainability startups, with the goal of helping Europe to become the “epicenter of food and agtech innovation”.

💸 Culture Biosciences announced its $80M Series B financing round to develop 5L and 250L bioreactors and meet demand for large-scale biomanufacturing - used for everything from meat alternatives to vaccines.

🥯 Better Brand closed a $2.5M funding round. Described as the “Beyond Meat of carbs”, the food tech uses modified enzyme technology to reduce the net carbohydrates in grain-based foods.

🧀 Grounded Foods raised $2.5M pre-Series A funding to aid its expansion plans for its hemp and “ugly” cauliflower-based cheeses, made via a proprietary fermentation process.

☕ Copenhagen-based Kaffe Bueno, which upcycles coffee products into functional ingredients, scored a €2.5M grant from the European Innovation Council to build Europe's first Coffee Biorefinery

🗑️ Dutch startup Orbisk secured a €2.4M grant from the European Innovation Council for its fully automated waste monitoring service, which allows restaurants to reduce their food waste by up to 70%.

🌿 French algae expert Algama Foods received a €2M grant from the European Commission to develop algae-based plant-based fish products, dubbed “Seafood Algternatives”.

💸 Find all 19 funding rounds of the week including foodservice optimization startup ResQ, Swedish software startup TrusTrace, and more.

Pizzas and Billboards

Source: Basil Street

🛫 Basil Street has struck a deal with Prepango, which specialises in automated food and beverage retail in airports, to roll out its pizza vending machines to airports across the US.

🗽 Switzerland's Planted Foods caused a stir in Berlin with its latest campaign: a 100 square meter art installation made of plants in the shape of a chicken, designed to encourage consumers to question the way meat is produced and consumed. And last week, Hooked Foods did something similar in Stockholm.

🍕 Reef Kitchens announced a partnership with 800 Degrees Woodfired Pizza to open 500 ghost kitchens for the brand over the next five years, the first of which just opened in Miami.

🇬🇧 Russian tech giant Yandex has just hit London’s on-demand grocery scene with its new service, Yango Deli, which promises grocery delivery in just 15 minutes.

🔎Botanists at the University of Basel have developed “an efficient and low cost” way to determine the origin of food, which should help to eliminate food fraud

👋 Astanor Ventures welcomed David Barber and Emmanuel Faber to the team this week, both big hitters in impact-driven food and agriculture technology.

💡MassChallenge Switzerland announced their top 12 Finalists including foodtech's B'ZEOS, Gelatex, Sophie's Bionutrients, Umiami and more.

Plant-Based Launches

Source: Karevela

🥫 One of Europe’s largest producers of canned fish, Karavela, has launched a new plant-based canned seafood range, Fish Peas, with products made from yellow peas.

🦐 British startup Native Snacks has launched what it claims are the world’s first vegan prawn crackers, to try and reduce the impact of prawn farming on vital mangrove habitats.

🧀 Urgent Company just launched Modern Kitchen vegan cream cheese, the first of its kind in the world, made with Perfect Day’s real dairy proteins made without cows, available in three flavours.

🌱 Germany’s largest dairy cooperative, DMK Group, announced its plans to move into the plant-based market, starting with vegan cheeses which will launch in early 2022.

🧀 Follow Your Heart has added three new plant-based cheeses to its product lineup, including first-of-its-kind Bleu Cheese Style Dairy-Free Crumbles, and launched them across the US.

🍫 French chocolate giant Valrhona has released its first vegan milk chocolate bar, Amatika 46 percent, which it claims is “sweet and creamy like a milk chocolate couverture, but powerful like a single origin.”

Big Food

Source: DDW

🎨 Swiss flavour and fragrance giant Givaudan is set to acquire US-based DDW, The Color House, which offers natural colour solutions for food and beverage manufacturers.

🌅 Hershey is shifting its strategy to target the growing morning snacking segment, after 127 years supporting the afternoon pick-me-up, because apparently 83% of consumers eat dessert before noon.

🇮🇱 7-Eleven is opening its first Tel Aviv store in 2022 before rolling out throughout Israel, in a deal worth NIS 60 million, though it will only operate six days a week due to Shabbat closures.

🏢 McDonald’s Corp. has opened a new sustainability-focused headquarters in Shanghai, China, which will also house Hamburger University and a food innovation centre to create items for the local market.

🥤 PepsiCo is launching a functional beverage, Rockstar Unplugged, in three flavours made with hemp seeds as a way to encourage relaxation and improve mood.

👋 From The Community

🍫 So you want to build a CPG brand? Watch this first.

🇨🇭Last week we hosted the Swiss FoodTech dinner with 30 entrepreneurs, investors, and enablers in the Swiss ecosystem. Check out the photos here

💡Hiring: Vly Foods (Germany) are hiring a Head of Product, Cultivated Biosciences (Switzerland) is hiring a Senior Food Scientist, Formo (Germany) is recruiting a Public Affairs Director, Alpha Foods (Canada) are hiring a Social Media Specialist & CellulaREvolution (UK) has an available role as Chief of Staff.


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