Lee Kum Kee Products’s Happiness Capital has co-led a series A round for the provider of 3D-printed meat substitutes.
Israel-based meat substitute producer Redefine Meat raised $29m in a series A round co-led by Happiness Capital, an investment subsidiary of food company Lee Kum Kee Products, yesterday. Hanaco Ventures co-led the round, which was backed by K3 Ventures, CPT Capital, Losa Group and individual investor Sake Bosch. Founded in 2018, Redefine Meat uses 3D…
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