Eat Just Stock / Animal-free proteinFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $525MM

Eat Just is a food technology company focused on making healthier, safer and more sustainable food. The company’s expertise, from functionalizing plant proteins to cultivating animal cells, is powered by a team of scientists and chefs spanning more than a dozen research disciplines. Their most popular product, JUST Egg, is a plant-based egg substitute made from mung beans. This company was founded by Josh Balk and Josh Tetrick in 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Joshua Tetrick JD
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Peter Licari Ph.D
Chief Technology Officer
Leo Lin
Chief Financial Officer

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News Highlights

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Eat Just bags $25M, gets Alibaba’s help to sell alternative protein in China
China is a notoriously difficult market for international startups to crack, but one company seems to have found the recipe for wooing the country’s picky consumers. Three years after Eat Just launched in China, the San Francisco-based company is ready to put more alternative protein products in that market.
Eat Just raises $97M more to fund cultured meat production
The investment was part of a round announced in May that raised $170M. This brings the round to $267M, making it the largest ever for cultivated meat, which backers say will help to meet the world’s rising demand for animal products in a more humane and environmentally friendly way.
Updated on: Oct 3, 2023


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