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What originated as a product category designed to meet the needs of those with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, has now become a behemoth $10.5 billion industry.
From coffee shops to food product manufacturers, venture capital investors are increasingly attacking an industry they’ve not traditionally gone after.
Led by Horizons Ventures, the investment brings the San Francisco-based food startup’s total backing to just under $30 million.
Forbes’ leadership forum on strategies and challenges in agribusines covered a wide range of topics, all of which boiled down to one thing: How do we use technology to feed the world’s population amid rising concerns about the safety of that technology.
MindBody has pocketed an additional $50 million in funding to accelerate its global expansion. The new funding comes from Bessemer Venture Partners, Institutional Venture Partners and Catalyst Investors, among others.