London-based Habitual, a health tech startup which offers a weight loss program aimed at people with type 2 diabetes (or prediabetes) that combines “evidence-based” food replacement with d
David Renteln, the Los Angeles-based co-founder of Soylent and the co-founder and chief executive of new nicotine gum manufacturer Lucy Goods, thinks there should be a better-tasting, less-medicinal o
Soylent, the once high-flying Los Angeles-based meal replacement startup that has raised $72.4 million in financing from investors including Google Ventures, Lerer Hippeau and Andreessen Horowitz, has
The startup — now Stockwell — is backed by GV, NEA and DCM Ventures.
The meal replacement company Soylent Nutrition, Inc. has added a mint chocolate flavor to its line of drinks and snacks. “Our new Mint Chocolate Drink requested by our fans was engineered by Soylent
Sweet Reason chief executive Hilary McCain says she launched her sparkling CBD-infused water brand because of her own obsession with cannabis beverages. That obsession, coupled with the lax regulatory
Soylent is leaving liquids behind as it journeys deeper into the packaged food business with a selection of snack-sized bars. The 100-calorie bar has 5 grams of plant protein, 36 nutrients and probiot
These days my Instagram feed feels more like QVC than a social network. And many of these companies are enjoying tremendous success pitching natural deodorants, unique underwear, creative candles, gla
These days, it seems like everyone with extra cash has some kind of pricey drinking habit. No matter what your preference, startups and their backers likely have you covered.
After an eventful (and sometimes challenging) year for Soylent, co-founder Rob Rhinehart announced today that he will resign as the meal replacement shake company’s chief executive officer. That pos
For many of us, our first experience with fake meat involves rubbery tofu that tastes more like sneaker sole than seared filet. As we forage on, next come the veggie burgers, the soy dogs, the meatles
Go-Jek raises $1.2 billion, Soylent raises $50 million, wheelchairs get a makeover from Izzy Wheels and Uber attempts to make UberPOOL a little less like a game of Russian roulette. All this on Crunch
Soylent, a four-year-old, L.A.-based company that’s centered around what it calls a meal replacement drink, has taken its licks in recent years. But a group of investors is betting Soylent
Soylent, the meal replacement drink/powder that frees people from the pesky task of eating so they can "use less, do more," has recalled its Soylent 1.8 powder over the potential presence of dairy. So
FADE IN: EXT. BOHEMIAN GROVE – NIGHT Two VCs are wearing feathered headdresses and leather breeches. One, Anton, is drinking Soylent 3.0 from a bag, the other, Brad, Chateau Margaux 2009 Balthaz
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It's nearing the end of the year, but 2016 isn't finished with us yet: Soylent powder has gone back on sale.
Meal replacement powder maker Soylent has halted sales of its main product as part of an investigation into why some customers have been getting sick after eating its products.
The digestive tract of the 'future of food' does not always run smooth... The startup behind drink-your-dinner powder Soylent has issued a product recall. Not for its mainstay meal replacement powder
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