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Stray Dog Capital: “Our Portfolio Companies Produce 98% Fewer Farm Emissions Compared to the Meat Industry”

Stray Dog Capital is a venture capital fund with a focus on companies making the food system more ethical and sustainable. The fund’s impressive portfolio spans plant-based, cultivated, and precision fermentation companies, including notable names such as Miyoko’s Creamery, Good Catch, and Aleph Farms. As a frontrunner in alt protein and biotech investments, Stray Dog recognises that it is becoming ever more challenging to make investment decisions, as these sectors continue to rapidly expand. Partner Johnny Ream spoke to us about how the fund will respond to the increased competition and what the future holds. Tell us about your investment approach at Stray Dog Capital. At Stray Dog Capital, we focus on investing in innovative, early-stage companies across the food and beverage and biotechnology sectors …


Perfeggt poured into pan

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Investments & Finance

Perfeggt Secures $2.8 Million For Chickenless Eggs

Perfeggt announces it has closed its first financing round at more than 2.8 million USD (2.5 million EUR) for its chickenless egg product. Its first iteration consists of a “complex, plant-based system” including the increasingly popular fava bean, that can be prepared scrambled or as an omelette. “We expect Perfeggt to quickly gain significant market share and reach high, sustainable growth with continuous product innovation in the coming years.”  Prominent and prolific investors in the round included EVIG Group, Stray Dog Capital, E²JDJ, Tet Ventures, Good Seed Ventures, Sustainable Food Ventures and Shio Capital. The Berlin-based company’s debut product will initially launch early next year in Germany, Switzerland and Austria markets with further European markets to follow. Tanja Bogumil, CEO of Perfeggt, states: “With Perfeggt, …


Good Catch Foods

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Company News

Good Catch Foods Closes Oversubscribed Series B Round Totalling Over $32M

Good Catch, the plantbased seafood company created by chef partners and brothers, Chad and Derek Sarno, today announces the closing of an “oversubscribed” Series B funding round, led by Stray Dog Capital and Rocana Ventures with participants including Greenleaf Foods, New Crop Capital, and 301 INC, the venture arm of General Mills.