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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

Slashdot

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

Reports of “violent” vomiting, diarrhea from bars has Soylent on the defense

CNN Tech

Soylent competitor Ample wants to make healthier meal replacements

$1,000,000 Seed fund
YourStory.com

Gurgaon-based Burger Singh grabs a bite, raises $1million funding

Wired UK

Watch: Mast Brothers reveals the secret of high-quality chocolate

TechCrunch , Business Insider

Soylent begins shipping its $2 nutritional bars

CNET

Soylent's new breakfast drink is kind of almost coffee

The Next Web , Business Insider , Ars Technica

Soylent's new coffee drink basically sounds like a caffeine-laced Metamucil shake

GeekWire

ChefSteps reduces price of Joule sous vide device, will refund $1M with help from Valve’s Gabe Newell

$20,000,000 Venture capital (Series B)
TechCrunch

GrubMarket raises $20 million to expand its online farmer’s market

Funding
Ars Technica

Soylent CEO charged over illegal shipping container his neighbors hate

TechCrunch

Soylent founder’s abandoned “eco-living experiment” could land him in jail

City life
The Guardian

Soylent CEO faces criminal charges over 'eyesore' shipping container home in LA

City life
Business Insider

Soylent, a food startup with a cult following, is using a controversial ingredient — and they aren't about to stop