FOOD TECHNOLOGY DEALFLOW
Get early access to vetted early-stage Food Technology startups across Asia
Why work with Brinc?
We have extensive access to early-stage food technology startups and have a strong pulse on new innovation emerging out of Asia. Our partners trust us to their boots on the ground, to filter through the large volume of startups we review on a daily basis, and present startups that match their unique investment thesis.
Our partners can invest in startups we identify for them through our accelerator programs or we can deliver them startups for direct investment.
Mission & Vision
Our food system is broken. The world’s population is expected to grow to 9.8 billion by 2050 and will comprise of people who, on average, will live longer than ever before. To accommodate this, current food production will need to almost double. Yet, our current food production system is inefficient, unsustainable, and cannot be scaled to meet the growing demands of an ageing and ever-increasing global population.
As such, we have developed various accelerator programs designed to invest in and support early-stage startups that are using technology to disrupt our food systems.
- Plant-based Proteins
- Fermentation-based Proteins
- Novel and Healthy Ingredients
- Cellular Agriculture
- Farm Inputs
- Sustainable Packaging
- Waste and Upcycling
- Food Safety & Traceability
Our Food Technology Programs
Our Investment Partners
Artesian is an alternative investment manager with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, New York, London, Singapore and Shanghai and focuses on fixed income and venture capital funds.
A European Venture Capital Fund investing worldwide with focus in Europe in sustainable food businesses.
New Territory Ventures is a group of entrepreneurs turned investors. Their fund focuses on funding early stage entrepreneurs that are pioneering new food tech businesses.
Lever VC is a venture capital fund making investments in alternative protein companies: fast-growing plant-based meat and dairy brands and high-tech startups creating real animal protein from cells.