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Beta Hatch

Beta Hatch

Beta Hatch is an insect protein for farming company founded by Virginia Emery.

Beta Hatch industrializes the production of insects as a sustainable protein for animal feed.

Beta Hatch grows insect protein for animal feed. Nutrient balanced fertilizer is a sterile by-product of their process. Beta Hatch knows bugs better than anyone- they use their expertise in entomology to grow the most efficient and nutritious insects. They are currently farming mealworms from their urban farm in Seattle. They believe in changingfood systems. Their goal is to develop the technology and knowledge that will make insects the next commodity crop.

Automated sales agent that converses with, nurtures, and qualifies 100% of inbound leads via text message using a blend of Human + AI support.

Location

San Francisco, California, United States.

Financials

Zuma has raised a total of $7.2M in funding over 3 rounds. Their latest funding was raised on Nov 19, 2021 from a Seed round.

Zuma is funded by 10 investors. Andreessen Horowitz and Y Combinator are the most recent investors.

People

Zuma has 3 current employee profiles, including Founder Kendrick Bradley.

Technology

Zuma is actively using the technology Google Apps for Business for its website, according to BuiltWith.

Timeline

August 19, 2021
Beta Hatch raises a $10,000,000 venture round from Cavallo Ventures, Innova Memphis and Lewis & Clark AgriFood.
May 22, 2020
Beta Hatch closes Series A1 Funding Round.

April 2018
Beta Hatch raises a $2,100,000 seed round from Cavallo Ventures, Element 8, Frontier Angels, Keiretsu Capital and NQV8.

Funding Rounds

SBIR/STTR Awards

Patents

Further Resources

Title
Author
Link
Type
Date

Insect Based Animal Feed - A Visit to Beta Hatch in Seattle from Coop Dreams Episode 503.

Web

November 7, 2019

Waste Summit 2020: Aimee Rudolph - Beta Hatch

Web

December 7, 2020

News

Title
Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Brian Heater
August 18, 2021
TechCrunch
Last time I was in Hong Kong, a startup gave me a jar of mealworms as a snack. They were crunchy and a bit odd looking (as one might expect from a jar full of baked larvae). They really didn't offer much in the way of flavor, though, so maybe supply your own seasoning. For [...]
FinSMEs
May 22, 2020
FinSMEs
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