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Mondelēz made seed investment in developer of multi-ingredients snacks

SnackFutures, Mondelēz International’s innovation and venture programme has recently made a seed investment in Torr, an early-stage Israeli FoodTech Company, alongside The Kitchen Hub, a FoodTech incubator powered by Strauss-Group. Torr dreams, develops and produces snacks that serve a unique, tasty and much healthier bite. “Our investment in Torr validates Mondelēz International’s venture approach that […]

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Food & Beverage companies selected to participate in FoodBytes! Pitch 2020

Rabobank unveiled the companies selected to participate in FoodBytes! Pitch 2020, its global food and ag startup discovery program that helps entrepreneurs scale their impact through mentorship and connections to corporate leaders and investors. 15 companies which made their name to the list from consumer food and beverage (CPG) sector are: Evo Foods: Evo is […]

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Investors are thrilled with PeaTos®’s strong growth amidst challenging times

Despite volatility in the current economic landscape, PeaTos® snack brand continues to disrupt the $21B market for salty “junk food” style snacks currently dominated by industry Goliath Frito Lay, and has completed a $7M Series A raise led by Jackson Springs Management Partners (JSMP) and Connetic Ventures, and including such celebrity investors as Hall of […]

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Not-for-profit investment company to help fund early-stage businesses in the plant-based food space.

Veganuary Co-Founder, Matthew Glover, launches new vegan investment fund, ‘Veg Capital’ – with all profits to go to charity! Veg Capital will provide Angel, Seed and Series A funding, with investments typically ranging from £50,000 to £250,000 to companies striving to replace the use of animals in the food system. The fund’s focus will be […]

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Brand divestment: Hershey’s plans to sell KRAVE, Scharffen Berger and Dagoba

Hershey is looking to divest its high-flying jerky brand KRAVE along with its artisan chocolates Scharffen Berger and Dagoba, Hershey CEO Michele Buck told analysts. KRAVE, a high-end jerky and meat snack company that Hershey acquired for $220 million in 2015, had failed to meet company’s expectations. These are great brands that continue to resonate […]