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PeakBridge Growth Fund II has announced its official closure valued at $187 million, pushing its total assets under management to over $250 million.

Headquarted in Luxembourg, PeakBridge’s focus is on scalable and sustainable technologies across the agri-food chain, aiming to support businesses that can demonstrate positive long-term impact on global food systems, health and the planet.

Alternative protein companies are a key category of interest, with cell-based meat company Vow, plant-based meat company Rival Foods and animal-free dairy specialist Standing Ovation among its beneficiaries.

PeakBridge also focuses on companies innovating in upcycled and sustainable ingredients, such as cocoa-free chocolate food-tech Win-Win and seed upcycling start-up Kern Tec.

In a statement shared on LinkedIn, Erich Sieber, founding general partner at PeakBridge, said that the recent close is a vote of confidence in the success of its focused strategy, and is crucial to “changing the food system from the inside out”.

Nadav Berger, also a founding general partner, said: “For us, VC stands for value creation and is at the core of what we do. Our team brings to the table a rare mix of experience: food-tech investment pioneers, veteran agri-food industry operators, scientists and financiers. Together with strong industry partnerships, we’re positioned to confront those real-world problems.”

PeakBridge is a member of the Edmond de Rothschild Private Equity partnership. Among the fund’s investors are global food companies such as Kraft Heinz, Grupo Bimbo and Puratos.


PeakBridge Growth Fund II closes at $187m

Melissa Bradshaw

24 May 2024

PeakBridge Growth Fund II closes at $187m

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