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Silicon Valley’s fetish for efficient food is moving on from Soylent to ruining the restaurant experience

PE Hub

Soylent fetches $50 mln Series B in GV-led round

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$50,000,000 Venture capital (Series B)
FinSMEs , TechCrunch

Soylent Closes $50M Series B Financing

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Business Insider

Soylent has raised another $50 million to change how we eat — here are 31 quotes that show its founder's worldview

Food & Beverage Funding
Ars Technica

Soylent recalls powder after dairy accidentally slips into 1.8 powder


Dairy might have snuck into Soylent 1.8 powder, prompting recall

The Verge

Soylent is getting an AI spokesperson, because it wasn’t dystopian enough already

Adweek , Mashable

Soylent Hopes Its New Spokesbot Helps Increase Brand Awareness Outside the Tech Community

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Soylent Cacao + Nectar

Silicon Beat

Customer stomachaches are an ongoing headache for Soylent

TechCrunch , Bloomberg

2016 isn’t done yet as Soylent powder goes back on sale

Business Insider

Soylent is shipping a new meal replacement powder after reports of it making people vomit

Ars Technica

Solved: Algal flour was causing violent illnesses, Soylent says

@markmilian via Bloomberg , CNET

Soylent Thinks It Found What Was Making People Sick: Algae

CNET , The Verge

Soylent puts powder on pause after making people sick

TechCrunch , Business Insider , Ars Technica

Soylent pulls Powder as part of probe into customer sickness

TechCrunch , The Guardian

Soylent Bars recalled after some customers get sick


Soylent Halts Sale of Bars; Investigation Into Illnesses Continues

@chrismessina via Ars Technica , Business Insider

Soylent halts sale of bars; investigation into illnesses continues

Ars Technica

People get “violently ill” from Soylent bars; company stumped