The organic food processing platform has closed its series C round following commitments from Continental Grain, Bunge Ventures, Eighteen94 Capital and Tyson Ventures.
US-based organic food technology developer MycoTechnology has collected $30m in a series C round that included agribusinesses Bunge and Continental Grain, packaged food producer Kellogg’s and meat processor Tyson Foods. The round was co-led by investment firms ADM Capital and Middleland Capital, venture capital fund S2G Ventures and TML-Invest, a vehicle managed by Theo Müller,…
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