EvodiaBio raises 6.4 million dollars to produce aroma through precision fermentation

EvodiaBio, founded just one-and-a-half-years ago, received 14 million kroner in financial support from the BioInnovation Institute, a Danish accelerator funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. The remaining 31 million kroner stem from several international industry players, including the German flavor house Symrise that steps in as strategic investor, and Nordic Foodtech VC is lead investor.

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