Throughout the year, the startups participated in tailored programming with access to industry insiders, mentorship, and relationship building with potential corporate partners and investors, said Anne Greven, head of FoodBytes! by Rabobank, which has switched from a pitch competition to a “continuous scouting model”​ providing ongoing mentoring and support.

This year’s program began in the spring, with the first wave of startups participating in 1:1 mentoring and group workshops with experts on topics from route to market and investment strategy, to corporate collaboration.

These startups are actively problem-solving for the highest priority challenges in the food and

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Leading venture accelerator Brinc and Asian culinary platform DayDayCook have announced they will be investing $10 million in sustainable, animal-free foodtech companies through the Good Food Accelerator Program.

The program, operated by Brinc, will help to fund 45 startups over the next three years. Additionally, Brinc has invested $500,000 in DayDayCook, bolstering the alliance between the two companies.

“We are excited to support more founders who are looking to scale alternate protein products”

Applications for the accelerator program are now open. Successful startups will receive at least $200,000 and will gain access to Brinc and DayDayCook’s network of later-stage investors,

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