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From how ZeroCater became a $100M startup with just $1.5M of funding to Entrepreneur’s exploration of why VCs are pouring so much into food startups, these are last week’s top food tech news and innovation stories. Like what you read? Feast your eyes on the full newsletter here. Or better yet, sign up for Food+Tech Bytes and get the latest and greatest in food tech delivered to your inbox every week.
September brought in $420M of private capital across 22 global companies, half of which were U.S-based.
The corporate catering platform focused on demonstrating profitability and hiring the right people, rather than bringing on lots of capital to scale quickly.
It’s a new playing field for venture firms. And startups all along the food chain are reaping huge rewards.
Mark Bittman announces his new role as chief innovation officer of Purple Carrot, a vegan meal delivery startup.
The lab features top local culinary and creative talent and allows guests to get a first-hand look at its ChefJet Pro 3D printer.
The round was led by New Protein Capital. The startup specializes in data mining food to improve health.
Referencing AgFunder data and proprietary data, Rabbobank’s new report calls for more investment into the growing agtech sector.
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