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Rebellyous Foods Raises $9.5M to Build Production Technology

Christie Lagally-led food manufacturing technology company has developed patented technology that unlocks production at cost-parity to animal-based chicken.

Powder Bulk Solids Staff

February 7, 2023

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Rebellyous Foods announced it has raised $9.5 million equity round.Image courtesy of Rebellyous Foods

Food manufacturing technology company Rebellyous Foods announced today that it has raised a $9.5 million equity round to build its production technology. 

Led by former aerospace engineer, Christie Lagally, Rebellyous Foods has developed patented technology that unlocks production at cost-parity to animal-based chicken. Rebellyous will use the investment to deploy its breakthrough equipment and continue on its mission to grow accessibility and availability of plant-based meat through tech-backed solutions.

“During a tough economic slump, we are thrilled by this testament to investors’ belief in Rebellyous and in price parity as a solution to sustained growth of plant-based meat in the marketplace,” said Lagally, founder and CEO of Rebellyous Foods. “The world is in desperate need of viable solutions to animal agriculture, and we are delighted we are one step closer to delicious, affordable plant-based meat for all.” 

"Rebellyous is the only company making meaningful strides towards price parity,” said Mike Miller, board member and partner at Liquid 2 Capital. “The plant-based meat industry has shown us that the status quo isn't cutting it... and it takes a new style of thinking to look beyond food chemistry to manufacturing.”

Plant-based chicken is the second-fastest growing category of the plant-based meat sector and poised for remarkable segment growth. 

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