Entries by Eatable Adventures

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The rise of agri-foodtech in Italy is marked by significant developments: investments totaling 167 million euros, over 340 startups active in the sector, a notable female presence, and a prominent emphasis on artificial intelligence

With over 740,000 agricultural companies, 330,000 catering businesses, 70,000 food industries, and 4 million workers, the Italian agri-food market ranks as the 3rd largest in the European Union. In 2023, it generated more than 65 billion euros, equivalent to 3.8% of the total Italian economy. It is therefore not surprising that many new entrepreneurial ventures […]

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The Spanish Foodtech ecosystem achieved an investment of 226 million euros in 2023

Eatable Adventures has presented the data from its annual study “The State of Foodtech in Spain 2023”. The Foodtech accelerator has presented the fourth edition of this report, which reflects the reality of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in this area and the evolution of the investment received throughout 2023. The challenges linked to problems related to […]

El ecosistema Foodtech español logra una inversión de 226 millones de euros en 2023

Eatable Adventures ha presentado los datos de su estudio anual “El Estado del Foodtech en España 2023”. La aceleradora Foodtech ha presentado la cuarta edición de este informe, que refleja la realidad del ecosistema emprendedor en este ámbito y la evolución de la inversión recibida a lo largo del año 2023. Los desafíos ligados a las problemáticas relacionadas […]

OPEN INNOVATION CHALLENGE | MAHOU SAN MIGUEL

Mahou San Miguel is a family beverage company, 100% Spanish, and a leader in the beer industry of our country. It produces 70% of Spanish beer that is consumed outside of Spain and is present in more than 70 countries. In 2022 it launched BarLab Ventures, its open innovation platform for entrepreneurial projects that boost […]

INNOVATION ACCADEMY | ITALIA DEL GUSTO

Italia del Gusto is the first private consortium of companies operating in the Italian food and wine sector, whose members are selected for the quality of their products and the importance of their brands. Founded in 2006, the Consortium’s mission is to help member companies improve their competitive position in international markets, strengthening their image […]

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Innomy raises €1.3 million in funding, thanks to its alternative proteins based on mushrooms

The Spanish startup Innomy has raised 1,3 million euros in its Pre Series A funding round. The round was led by international investors as Corporación Cervino, Rockstart, Zubi Capital, Eatable Adventures and the National Center for Technology and Food Safety (CNTA), who have taken equity stakes in the company to scale the startup’s disruptive technology […]

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Meet the EAA Alumni: COCUUS

We had the opportunity to interview Javier I. Zaratiegui, the CTO & Partner of Cocuus, a Spanish food tech company that develops industrial solutions for the production of plant- or cell-based animal protein analogs (mimetic food) using 2D/3D laser printing, bioprinting, and robotics.  The company has just won the international Quality Innovation Award (QIA) in […]

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Mylkcubator’s First Demo Day Features Four Startups Developing The Dairy Of The Future Through Cellular Agriculture Technologies

The first edition of Mylkcubator, the incubation program launched by Pascual Innoventures in collaboration with Eatable Adventures, has held its eagerly anticipated Demo Day event showcasing the advances of the first cohort of startups, at its headquarters in Manoteras, Madrid. The program not only showcased pioneering dairy projects around the world but also laid the […]

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Meet the EAA Alumni: Innomy

With the growing demand from the population to eat more and more sustainably, fungi-based meat is one of the new alternatives being pursued by many companies, with the aim of mimicking the taste and texture of real meat.  Innomy, an Argentinan-based startup located in Spain, is using fungal tissue cultures combined with precision fermentation technology […]