About Strong Roots
Strong Roots provides frozen food. It offers frozen vegetable products such as kale-and-quinoa burgers, roasted beetroot wedges, and sweet potato fries. Its products contain no artificial colors, flovers, and are low in saturated fat. The Company was founded in 2015 and is based in Dublin, Ireland.
Latest Strong Roots News
Aug 28, 2023
Irish plant-forward frozen food brand Strong Roots has launched climate footprint labels across all its packaging to help climate-friendly consumers make informed purchase decisions. To calculate its emissions, Strong Roots has partnered with Swedish climate company CarbonCloud. Its intelligent software allows Strong Roots to effectively monitor and assess the carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide, and methane emissions associated with each product’s lifecycle, from ingredients to shelf to distribution. With the information, Strong Roots can establish an emission baseline and develop a roadmap to identify areas for improvement in its production process, Samuel Dennigan, founder and CEO of Strong Roots, told Forbes. Environmental concerns While health considerations are still essential for purchasing plant-based products, a significant portion of people (45%) are motivated by environmental concerns, according to a study conducted ... more
Strong Roots Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Strong Roots founded?
Strong Roots was founded in 2015.
Where is Strong Roots's headquarters?
Strong Roots's headquarters is located at 10 Terminus Mills, Dublin 6.
What is Strong Roots's latest funding round?
Strong Roots's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Strong Roots raise?
Strong Roots raised a total of $95.19M.
Who are the investors of Strong Roots?
Investors of Strong Roots include McCain Foods, Goode Partners and Alantra.
Who are Strong Roots's competitors?
Competitors of Strong Roots include Mash Direct and 4 more.
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