Cultivated Meat Continues to Be a Hot Topic in Foodtech This Week

Here is a summary of the week’s foodtech news and noteworthy stories that were not covered. Higher Steaks, a cultivated meat startup from the UK, has changed its name to Uncommon and raised $30 million in funding. Meanwhile, Green Coffee Company, Colombia’s biggest coffee producer, completed a $25 million Series C equity funding round. Ahara, a new personalized nutrition startup, is also making waves with its unique approach to personalized nutrition by providing recommendations based on customers’ health questionnaires and at-home tests. In other news, Impossible Foods’ lawsuit against Motif Foodworks has taken an interesting turn, as the court rules that the former did not break any rules in its use of private investigators. Finally, there are more headlines featuring Quorn Foods, Prime Roots, Volta Greentech, Meati Foods, and Aleph Farms.

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