Can bone broth be the next kombucha? Investment group CAVU Venture Partners thinks so. The fund announced today an $8 million series A investment in upstart bone broth brand, Kettle and Fire
Boulder-based 1908 brands announced today that is has acquired prenatal and lactation nutrition brand Bundle Organics. The deal comes as Bundle announces new products to take the company beyond teas and beverages and into other popular food categories.
In recent years, Urban Remedy has expanded distribution beyond Northern California into major urban markets statewide, while establishing a partnership to co-pack private label high pressure processed (HPP) juices for Whole Foods stores on the West Coast.
Private equity firm Alliance Consumer Growth, which includes beverage maker Suja in its portfolio of investments, announced this week the close of its fourth fund at $350 million.
Snack brand Beanfields announced today that Mark Rampolla, founder of coconut water brand Zico, has left his role as CEO of the company and former Califia Farms executive Arnulfo Ventura has stepped into the role.
Dean Foods Company announced today that it has increased its ownership percentage and taken a majority stake in flax-based dairy brand Good Karma. The investment marks a return to plant-based products for the dairy producer.
Today NextFoods Inc, the producer of GoodBelly Probiotics, announced the close of a $12 million round of funding led by 301 Inc, the venture arm of General Mills.
In the past month, the three co-founders of retailer Thrive Market have announced two platforms to improve the food system and the planet. After launching Thrive Market Ventures (TMV), an investment vehicle for better-for-you brands, earlier this month, the trio announced last week the creation of a philanthropic community called Alliance for Good (AFG).
Yesterday, bone broth company Bonafide Provisions unveiled a new brand identity, including a rebrand of its bone broth and “drinkable veggies” lines, and a new line of frozen soups.
Today, David Barber, co-owner of restaurants Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns, announced the launch of Almanac Investments, a $30 million fund for agriculture and hospitality technology, CPG, and experiential retail companies.
Today, “ultra-fresh” food and beverage producer Urban Remedy announced it had closed a $17 million round of capital, with General Mills' venture arm, 301 INC, leading the round.
In bringing on an experienced team of industry experts as advisors and, in some cases, investors, technology company HeatGenie -- which produces small heaters that can be used to warm food or beverage products -- is betting that they’ve found just that.
CEO and founder Carlos Ramirez said the company is working on a new line called Powerful Water, which will feature added collagen protein and electrolytes.
CircleUp is hitching its growth fund to Helio. The online fundraising platform today announced the launch of a $125 million venture capital fund that will incorporate the proprietary machine learning platform as a tool to help guide investment in early-stage consumer and retail companies.