Foodiq in partnership with Blendhub’s Faas platform for plant-based dairy alternatives

Foodiq has joined Blendhub’s global food-as-a-service platform to collaborate with Blendhub and other platform partners in the development and production of innovative and more sustainable plant-based dairy alternatives.

Foodiq has extensive experience in serving food producers of ready-to-consume dairy alternatives and Blendhub has a long history selling technical food ingredients solutions used by food companies in ready-to-consume food products and today extends to powder-based consumer ready products.

Both companies will share their extensive experience in the formulation of recipes containing powder-based ingredients and will leverage complementary strengths to extend their service offerings to existing and new customers worldwide.

Blendhub and Foodiq share a vision and business model focused on localisation to produce closer to local raw material sources and final consumers.

Foodiq operates two factories, one in Finland and another in the UK, and Blendhub operates a network of multi-localised food productions hubs covering four continents.

Both companies believe in the power of standardised production infrastructure and are looking for value-aligned partners and investors for expanding production infrastructure and accelerating commercialisation.

Robert Savikko, founder and CEO of Foodiq, says joining forces with Blendhub marks an exciting chapter for Foodiq.

“This collaboration embodies our commitment to pioneering innovation and sustainability in the food industry. Together, we aim to redefine the landscape of plant-based dairy alternatives, providing accessible, high-quality solutions that resonate with evolving consumer preferences,” Savikko adds.

Henrik Stamm Kristensen, founder and CEO of Blendhub, says Blendhub is helping to transform the global food system through localisation and an innovation and co-creation strategy to help any food company innovate and produce any food recipe with any powder ingredients anywhere in the world, with the purpose of making nutritious and basic foods more accessible to more people in more places.

“Now with Foodiq linked to our platform we will be able to expand our services to ready-to-consume food products in other areas of the world, which will help us continue to achieve our goals,” Kristensen says.

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