Emergy Foods opens new Boulder HQ, announces $4.8M in funding

by CAMERA STAFF

July 16, 2019

 

Emergy Foods, an food company focused on nutritious, clean, sustainable, plant-based protein, on Tuesday announced it recently closed of $4.8 million in venture capital financing and has opened a new headquarters in Boulder.

“Being a good corporate neighbor is at the heart of Emergy, and we look forward to establishing strong relationships within the Boulder community,” Tyler Huggins, CEO of Emergy Foods, stated in a news release. “We can’t think of a place that is more closely aligned with our corporate culture of healthy living and environmental stewardship.”

Congruent Ventures led the recently closed funding and was joined by Prelude Ventures, Better Ventures, 50 years, New Crop Capital, The March Fund I LP, Trust Ventures, and Bluestein & Associates among others, according to the news release.

The company also received grant funding from the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory and Chain Reaction Innovation for a total of $1.3 million, the release stated.

The new headquarters feature full production, laboratory and kitchen capabilities to manufacture, according to the release.

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