Indonesia's Green Rebel Foods to take its Asian-inspired plant-based meat regional

The startup wants to make plant-based food affordable © Green Rebel Foods

F&B veteran duo behind the Burgreens spinoff plans Series A fundraising by end-2021 for manufacturing and regional expansion 

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Indonesian plant-based protein startup Green Rebel Foods plans to start raising Series A financing by end-2021 to fund expansion, after a $2m seed round earlier this year and launching its new line of faux beef and chicken steak products.
“We plan to focus on regional expansion in the next two to three years," Helga Angelina Tjahjadi, CEO and co-founder of Green Rebel Foods, said in an interview. “By the end of this year, we will enter the Singapore and Philippine markets.”  
At home, Green Rebel will also launch its products in an Indonesian “premium lifestyle supermarket” by the f...
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