New School Foods filet looks and tastes like salmon, but its actually plants
- One of the biggest venture capital investments into alternative seafood last year went into Wildtype, which raised $100 million in a Series B round for its cultured salmon product.
- “We also know that this technology has potential way beyond salmon, so we are not planning to stop there.”4 investors discuss the next big wave for alternative seafood startups
- The company’s first product is a plant-based filet that looks, cooks, tastes and flakes like wild salmon.The announcement comes after the Toronto-based plant-based seafood maker secured $12 million in seed funding.
- New School Foods said its muscle fiber and scaffolding technology to produce whole-cut fish alternative products is now at a point where it can be demonstrated and a pilot facility built.
- New School Foods also has grants from Canadian government agencies, including Sustainable Development Technology Canada and Protein Industries Canada.
New School Foods said its muscle fiber and scaffolding technology to produce wholecut fish alternative products is now at a point where it can be demonstrated and a pilot facility built. The company [+4363 chars]