New bread is introduced by food tech startup Equii
Equii, a food innovation startup zeroing in on high complete protein and low carb bread, is adding new items to its portfolio. The items incorporate plain and multigrain bread, which permit buyers to “have the best case scenario — nourishment and flavor that will please your taste buds,” Equii noted. The organization additionally will present two different items that will be accessible to pre-request on its site.
Equii said its bread contains 10 grams of complete protein per cut, making it a “complete protein source,” and every one of the 9 fundamental amino acids for each cut.
“Equii’s classification as a complete protein source is a game changer,” the company said. “It provides consumers with a convenient and delicious way to meet their protein needs while ensuring they get all the essential amino acids their bodies need. Whether you’re an athlete looking to fuel your performance or a health-conscious consumer looking for a nutritious option, Equii has you covered.”
Equii was established in 2021 by food researchers Monica Bhatia, PhD, and Baljit Ghotra, PhD, close by culinary specialist Sebastian Canonne, Meilleur Ouvrier de France (MOF). Initially known as Cella Ranches, the organization made a restrictive methodology for finding nutritious wellsprings of microbial proteins that are utilized to age grains and produce high-protein grain flours, which have three-to-multiple times more protein and roughly half however many starches as standard flour. In 2022, Equii got $6 million in seed financing from Khosla Adventures, an early sponsor of Unthinkable Food sources, carrying its aggregate sum of subsidizing to date to $8 million. Different financial backers in Equii comprise of kdT Adventures, 1derlife Accomplices, Accelr8 Accomplices and Pivotal Endeavors as well as private supporters in agribusiness innovation, food innovation, man-made reasoning, accuracy maturation and engineered science. Equii said it might send off different sorts of bread, like buns, bagels and rolls, and plans to supply its flour to makers of other grain-based items.