The EVERY Company Stock

theeverycompany.comFoodTechFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $184.87MM

The EVERY Company unlocks powerful proteins designed for the future of every human and every animal using precision fermentation to create the proteins without the anima and super-functional ingredients. They use DNA sequencing to initiate precision fermentation to create nature-equivalent proteins. This company was founded by Arturo Elizondo and David Anchel in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Arturo Elizondo
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Sarah Ham
Chief Operating Officer
Ranjan Patnaik Ph.D
Chief Technology Officer
Sara Schrage
Interim Chief People Officer
Courtney Cochran
Director, Brand & Communications

Board Members

David Friedberg
Board Member
David Rosenberg
Board Member
Thomas Nagy
Board Member

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News

The Every Company, a San Francisco, CA-based precision fermentation platform accelerating a global transition to animal-free protein, closed $175m in Series C financing
While the final size of the Series B has yet to be disclosed -- there are still some more potential investors coming into the round, according to CEO Arturo Elizondo -- sources close to the deal say it was raising $40 million.
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