ID Capital CEO – Isabelle Decitre was invited to Meat Alternative Protein tasting dinner hosted by Mr. Lim Chuan Poh, Chairman of A*STAR
A new agritech accelerator will harness entrepreneurship and technology to transform the Mekong region’s agricultural industry into a leading global supplier of “safe and nutritious food for all”.
India-based start-up String Bio nabbed itself a US$100,000 grant at the inaugural Future Food Asia Award (FFAA) today. String Bio converts methane gas into proteins, which are then used to make animal feed.
Announcing the FFAA Grand Prize Winner and the four Startup SG award winners, for a total of S$ 340,000.
String Bio from India wins the US$ 100’000 Grand Prize. Agrint (Israel), Hands Life Science (Hong Kong), Smart AHC (Singapore) and Sophie’s Kitchen (Taiwan) each win a Startup SG Grant
With a rising middle class, changing food consumption patterns, and land scarcity, we need new solutions to improve food productivity sustainably. The Future Food Asia event will showcase the top eight startups from across Asia Pacific which are creating solutions to tackle issues present and predicted in the food industry. It will also host panel discussions on investing in foodtech and agritech as well as on innovation in the food value chain.
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