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2020/6/15The $30 million raised through its Series C gave MycoTechnology the ability to explore new innovative ways to meet consumer demands through the development of new ingredients With that capital in-hand the company was able to expand and accelerate its RD project execution and further expand its team for the pursuit of current and future projects USA – MycoTechnology a food technology startup that has developed a novel food processing platform using mycelial fermentation has raised US$39 million in FOOD BUSINESS AFRICA Africa's Number 1 Food Beverage Milling Industry Magazine Website

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MycoTechnology raises $39m in Series D to expand functional ingredients platform MycoTechnology – which is building a functional ingredients platform utilizing mycelia the filament-like roots of mushrooms - has raised $39m in a series D financing round from investors* including plant-based meat specialist Greenleaf Foods to Tyson Ventures and Kellogg's Eighteen94 Capital t

MycoTechnology will also use the additional funds to further expand the team in order to facilitate current and future projects Gary Pilnick Kellogg's Vice Chairman said: MycoTechnology's innovative organic technology addresses growing consumer demand for products focused on health and sustainability and Kellogg's is excited to continue to partner with the company in a number of ways

2020/6/17MycoTechnology the food tech developing a functional ingredients platform using mycelia extracted from mushrooms has just secured US$39 million in a Series D round led by Greenleaf Foods which owns plant-based brands such as Lightlife and Field Roast alongside food tech investor S2G Ventures and New York-based Evolution VC Partners

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MycoTechnology will also use the additional funds to further expand the team in order to facilitate current and future projects Gary Pilnick Kellogg's Vice Chairman said: MycoTechnology's innovative organic technology addresses growing consumer demand for products focused on health and sustainability and Kellogg's is excited to continue to partner with the company in a number of ways

2020/8/3MycoTechnology a Colorado food tech company using mushrooms to transform the food industry has raised $39 million in series D financing The latest financing round – co-led by Greenleaf Foods SPC S2G Ventures and Evolution Partners – brings its total funding to over $120 million maming it one of the most valued food tech start-ups in the world

MycoTechnology raises $39m in Series D to expand functional ingredients platform MycoTechnology – which is building a functional ingredients platform utilizing mycelia the filament-like roots of mushrooms - has raised $39m in a series D financing round from investors* including plant-based meat specialist Greenleaf Foods to Tyson Ventures and Kellogg's Eighteen94 Capital t

Colorado-based mushroom-focused food tech startup MycoTechnology announced it has closed on a Series C backed by some of the top names in food tech investment The $30 million round was co-led by S2G Ventures Fund II Middleland MT Holdings ADM Capital's Cibus Fund and TML-Invest S r l Other participating investors include Tysons Ventures Bunge Ventures Continue reading

2020/8/3MycoTechnology a Colorado food tech company using mushrooms to transform the food industry has raised $39 million in series D financing The latest financing round – co-led by Greenleaf Foods SPC S2G Ventures and Evolution Partners – brings its total funding to over $120 million maming it one of the most valued food tech start-ups in the world

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2020/6/12MycoTechnology which transforms mycelia into functional ingredients like alternate protein announced this week that it has raised a $39 million Series D round of funding Food Navigator first reported the news and wrote that the round was co-led by Greenleaf Foods SPC S2G Ventures and Evolution Partners with Tyson Ventures Kellogg's Eighteen94 Capital and others participating

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USA – MycoTechnology a food technology startup that has developed a novel food processing platform using mycelial fermentation has raised US$39 million in FOOD BUSINESS AFRICA Africa's Number 1 Food Beverage Milling Industry Magazine Website

2020/6/17Mycotechnology founded in 2013 is the brainchild of a mushroom scientist and chemist who wanted to find a way to harvest nutritional products from mushrooms This round of funding follows the $30 million round MycoTechnology had in January 2019 The

2020/6/12On Thursday MycoTechnology announced that it raised $39 million in Series D funding to develop mushrooms that taste sweet as sugar as salty as well salt and as luscious as butter By replacing salt fat and sugar with mushrooms the company believes its products could help people embrace healthier eating habits

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2020/6/12USA – MycoTechnology a food technology startup that has developed a novel food processing platform using mycelial fermentation has raised US$39 million in its Series D round less than five months after closing a US$30 million Series C funding The Series D

2020/6/12USA – MycoTechnology a food technology startup that has developed a novel food processing platform using mycelial fermentation has raised US$39 million in its Series D round less than five months after closing a US$30 million Series C funding The Series D