Nick Hazell

Australian plant based meat company v2food today announced a $77 million series B raise, the largest funding round in the plant-based meat sector in Australia so far. The company, which formed in 2019 from a joint venture between the CSIRO and Hungry Jack’s franchiser Competitive Foods Australia, has now raised

With $35 million of venture funding in its war chest, Australian startup v2food last year purchased a 55,470sqm site in Wodonga to manufacture its plant-based meat products locally. More than $20 million will be invested in refitting the Wodonga site to be a food-grade facility, expected to be operational in

Australian startup v2food has purchased a 55,470sqm site in Wodonga to manufacture plant-based meat products locally. Last week v2 secured $35 million in funding from some of the world’s leading investors, representing the largest ever Series A funding round for a plant-based meat company, even beating out the US giants