Can a sustainable foods startup grow in Brooklyn? Kingdom Supercultures raised $25M to find out

The company takes existing microbes and combines them to create plant-based yogurts and cheeses, low-alcohol wines and beers with the same flavor as the harder stuff, and natural preservatives that can work better than artificial ones, according to a statement.

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