Last updated April 11th 2018


nutrinoApril 10, 2018 | Nutrition data startup Nutrino, a provider of nutrition-related data services and analytics technology, announced Monday that is has raised $8 million in a Series A funding round, bring its total raised to $10 million, according to a statement from the company. The round was led by Pereg Ventures, Nielsen Ventures, and Gandyr Group who were joined by existing investors. The raised funding will be used to to expand partnerships and help grow Nutrino’s food database, which is said to be the largest in the world, and collects data from millions of food items globally. With offices in San Francisco and Tel Aviv, Nutrino uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to better understands individual responses to particular foods through feedback from various data points. Its nutrition insights platform, which collects, processes, and analyzes food-related data is a tool used by food and beverage groups, digital health industries, fitness companies, and more. The data and insights collected help Nutrino define and individual’s FoodPrint, or digital signature of how food affects a person’s body.  “Our proprietary technology, FoodPrint, uncovers the previously invisible connections between people and their food,” said Nutrino CEO Yael Glassman in the statement. “Nutrino is where data meets nutrition, and as we’ve demonstrated in our work with multinational partners around nutrition and diabetes, the opportunity is vast. This funding round will enable us to significantly expand our commercial reach.”

 


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