Brazilian foodtech startup Nuu raises US$4M to scale its carbon-neutral cassava-based products

Based in Minas Gerais (Brazil), the foodtech startup Nuu has successfully raised $4 million in a funding round to scale the distribution of their carbon-neutral food products made from cassava, a staple root vegetable in Brazil and South America. In addition to their flagship cassava-based cheese bread, Nuu produces various products, including tapioca sticks, cassava-based pizza dough, naturally colored cheese bread.

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