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Worldwide, over 1.3 trillion eggs are produced annually, and Perfeggt co-founders believe this market is largely untapped and has room to grow with plant-based alternatives.
The service will launch in both the U.S. and Australia beginning early in 2022 and will be free for customers who pay on time.
Longevica's goal is to validate the pipeline of turning scientific research into consumer-ready products.
Adil estimates that today’s growth factor costs $2 million per gram to make, but she believes that with efforts from Tiamat Sciences and others, that cost could come down 10 times.
Bitrise is meant to support developers who are busy running processes rather than creating new value for customers.
Klarna has doubled its customer base in the United States to over 21 million customers.
Mosaic Foods is removing the "taste" excuse from trying plant-based foods by providing delicious frozen meals that come ready to eat.
The Seaya Cathay Latam Fund will invest in between 12 to 15 companies and will write check sizes of between $5 and $10 million.
The new capital will provide support as the company aims to grow 10 times over the next 12 months and add new features to enhance the financial inclusion and literacy of customers.
The company is growing at an incredible pace — 15 times in gross merchandise volume in just the last 30 days.
Pet item sales topped $100 billion in 2020, driven by the 48 million dogs and cats that were adopted over the past three years.
Cubbo touts itself as the only company that can take an order up to 5 p.m and get it out in Mexico City the same day.
E-commerce fulfillment is certainly having a moment.
This year, Amara produced its Yogurt Smoothie Melts, which CEO Jessica Sturzenegger touts as “the only melt-in-mouth snacks for babies and toddlers without any added sugar.”
Given its product market fit in real estate, Zuma now aims to implement its business model into other industries with sales teams, like healthcare, automotive, insurance, education and fashion.
Helaina is tapping into a precision fermentation process that programs yeast cells and teaches them to become manufacturing hubs to develop almost identical proteins found in human milk.
Fora is one of the latest startups seeing venture capital attraction to push more of the travel industry into the digital age and tapping into the creator economy.
The company was co-founded by a group that includes doctors and a lawyer, all who know what it takes to build a healthcare brand because they did it with their own brand in 2016.
Mom-and-pop corner store owners in Latin America manage relationships with over 100 different suppliers, often traveling long distances to pick up inventory and aren’t able to regularly restock.
Carro enables brand partnerships to sell each other’s products without having to purchase inventory or manage logistics and returns.