California-based dairy alternative company Misha’s Kind Foods has announced that it has closed a $3 million seed fund in collaboration with Marcy Ventures Partners Fund.
The company, founded in 2018 by Ian Martin and Aaron Bullock, stated it will use the investment to accelerate their product development, retail expansion and staff growth.
With the plant-based dairy free market set to hit $45 billion by 2027, Misha’s Kind Foods aims to strengthen its position in the plant-based and dairy free industry sector.
CEO and co-founder of Misha’s Kind Foods, Bullock, said: “These investors, and their enthusiasm, not only confirm the quality and excellence of our artisan cheeses, but they also align with our long-term vision and mission”.
He continued: “We are here to serve the large community of cheese lovers, plant-based and not. Everything we make is kind to your body, kind to the planet and kind to your wallet”.
The company’s 100% vegan cheeses are made from its own creation of cashew and almond milk and blended with an assortment of vegetables, herbs and spices. They are also lactose and gluten free.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2021
World Beverage Innovation Awards – NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES!
The awards celebrate excellence and innovation across the global beverage industry.
Don’t miss out on having your innovations recognised on a global scale.
Deadline for entries 23 July – enter now!
Don’t get left behind
Start your free Foodbev magazine trial today and join thousands of fellow industry professionals in receiving food and drink trends direct to our business.
Click here to start your free trial