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Founded Year



Series E | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$60M | 9 mos ago

About Ripple Foods

Ripple Foods is a start-up working to create dairy-free alternatives that are healthy for people and the planet.

Ripple Foods Headquarter Location

901 Gilman Street

Berkeley, California, 94710,

United States


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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Ripple Foods in 6 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Aug 9, 2021.

Expert Collections containing Ripple Foods

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Ripple Foods is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Food & Beverage .


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Alternative Proteins Startups

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This Collection includes B2B and B2C companies developing alternatives to animal-derived proteins, including plant-based meat, dairy alternatives, lab-grown or cultured meat, and fermented proteins.

Ripple Foods Patents

Ripple Foods has filed 10 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Nutrition
  • Dairy products
  • Diets
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Nutrition, Dairy products, Milk, Dietary supplements, Diets


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Nutrition, Dairy products, Milk, Dietary supplements, Diets



Latest Ripple Foods News

This Week’s New Products: Candy Flavored Hydration Sticks, Summer Seasonals and Pride-Themed Packaging

May 27, 2022

This Week’s New Products: Candy Flavored Hydration Sticks, Summer Seasonals and Pride-Themed Packaging In this week’s roundup of new product launches, SUNNYD and Red Bull roll out seasonal favorites in time for summer, GHOST debuts a new hydration stick variety in collaboration with Sour Patch Kids and SOM Sleep shows its support for the LGBTQ+ community with limited-edition Pride Month cans. Hi-5 Theory Wellness, Inc. announced the expansion of its Hi-5 beverage brand with the launch of cannabis-infused Hi-5 Energy. Each 12 oz. can boasts 80 mg of caffeine and 5 mg of THC. Formulated with the same fast-acting, nano-emulsified cannabis as its predecessor, Hi-5 Seltzer, the new offering is available in Regular and Sugar-Free Citrus varieties at Theory Wellness Massachusetts locations. For more information, visit . SUNNYD In collaboration with Nia Sioux, SUNNYD announced the return of two seasonal offerings just in time for summer: Classic Lemonade and Raspberry Lemonade. Both varieties are available nationwide at retailers, including Kroger and Walmart, for $2.19 per 64 oz. carafe. For more information, visit . BROC SHOT Wellness brand BROC SHOT made its debut in the United States with its line of broccoli sprout powder shots. Offered in three varieties – Original, Pineapple Mint and Ginger + Lime – the shots are designed to provide a convenient solution for beauty, body and brain. All three flavors feature sulforaphane, a powerful antioxidant found in broccoli sprouts. BROC SHOTS are available online for $49.99 per 10-pack and $134 per 30-pack. For more information, visit . GHOST Energy and supplement brand GHOST teamed up with Sour Patch Kids to launch its newest product: Sour Patch Kids Hydration Sticks. The Vitamin C-packed powders are designed to be mixed with 12 to 14 ounces of water and taste “just like SOUR PATCH KIDS candy,” according to the brand. GHOST Sour Patch Kids sugar-free hydration sticks are available in Redberry and Blue Raspberry varieties for $29.99 per 24-pack. For more information, visit . Ripple Foods Plant-based dairy maker Ripple Foods expanded its portfolio with the addition of Oatmilk + Protein. The new offering contains six grams of plant-based protein per serving – three times more protein than most oatmilks – plus 50% less sugar and 50% more calcium than its traditional counterpart, according to the brand. Ripple Foods Oatmilk + Protein is available at Whole Foods, Jewel and Albertsons Southern Division for $5.99 per 48 oz. bottle. For more information, visit . Red Bull Just in time for summer, Red Bull announced that its Coconut Edition Sugarfree is back for a limited time. The seasonal offering features a flavor profile of exotic coconut and berries. Red Bull Coconut Edition Sugarfree is available in 8.4 oz. cans in singles and 12-packs at Target, 12-packs on Amazon and 4-packs at Walgreens. For more information, visit . SOM Sleep SOM Sleep partnered with queer artist Mich Miller to design a limited edition batch of cans in conjunction with Pride Month. Available throughout June, all of the proceeds from the cans will be donated to the LGBTQ+ Center in support of their programs and services, according to the brand. Additionally, SOM Sleep will partner with influencers across social media platforms to talk about what pride means to them. For more information, visit . Cure Hydration Cure Hydration expanded its portfolio of electrolyte mixes with its latest variety, Orange. The new mix is infused with Himalayan salt, coconut water and lemon juice and is based on the World Health Organization’s Oral Rehydration. Cure Hydration Orange Electrolyte Mix rehydrates your body as quickly as an IV, according to the brand. The new variety is available on Amazon for $22.99 per 12-pack. For more information, visit .

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Ripple Foods Rank

  • When was Ripple Foods founded?

    Ripple Foods was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Ripple Foods's headquarters?

    Ripple Foods's headquarters is located at 901 Gilman Street, Berkeley.

  • What is Ripple Foods's latest funding round?

    Ripple Foods's latest funding round is Series E.

  • How much did Ripple Foods raise?

    Ripple Foods raised a total of $236.33M.

  • Who are the investors of Ripple Foods?

    Investors of Ripple Foods include Prelude Ventures, Google Ventures, S2G Ventures, Tao Capital Partners, Fall Line Capital and 17 more.

  • Who are Ripple Foods's competitors?

    Competitors of Ripple Foods include Miyoko's Creamery, VlyFoods, ChickP, Better Dairy, New Culture and 16 more.

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