Good Startup: Alt-protein products can be better than real meat

Good Startup's Managing Partners Gautam Godhwani (L) and Jayesh Parekh © Good Startup

The investor of Eat Just, Ripple Foods and more expects its portfolio companies will exit in the next four to six years, mostly through acquisition

After selling his last company in 2016, Gautam Godhwani chanced upon the field of animal welfare, a cause he found close to his heart. A successful serial entrepreneur and investor in IT for over two decades, Godhwani knew well that technologies could make a huge difference in solving the world’s problems – and that’s where he zoomed in on alternative proteins. “When I looked at alternative proteins, I saw a set of technologies and products that could not only make an impact on animal welfare,” he told CompassList in a recent interview. “It also has a very broad impact footprint, from cli...
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