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Including Imperfect, WISErg, Hungry Harvest and Mintscraps.
Working with a co-packer for the first time can be overwhelming. Here’s how to do it successfully.
The round was led by USB with participation from Viking Global Investors and others.
The company started off as an internet-based kitchen but pivoted to an aggregator of select restaurants.
Suggesting that one company will dominate same-day service grossly simplifies a very complex reality.
The deal is unconfirmed, but state-run Xinhua speculated it could be worth $15B.
Mark Bittman, Michael Pollan, Ricardo Salvador and Olivier De Schutter on how we can elevate food and farming to a matter of public concern.
The leading agriculture company reported sales in Q4 falling from $2.6B to $2.4B.
The local foods segment is expected to increase to $20.2B by 2019.