Wild Earth

Berkeley (CA)

Wild Earth is a team of experts, entrepreneurs, and visionaries with a dream: To create the perfect food for dogs and cats of all ages. Their product line is developed for all animal lovers just like us, who care about animals, people and the planet. All products are made from truly clean protein and are based on holistic science.

www.wildearthpets.com




News about Wild Earth


'Cat parents think it's cool': A Peter Thiel-backed startup pursuing mouse meat for dogs has begun selling its first products

From Business Insider –   A vegan pet food startup called Wild Earth recently scored $450,000 from tech mogul Peter Thiel along with backing from Mars Veterinary, the world's biggest pet food maker.Its first products — vegan dog treats made with koji, a type of fungus similar to mushrooms — went on sale Monday.Wild Earth's CEO told Business Insider he plans to even...

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Civilization Ventures: Holiday Event to Celebrate Women in Science

Celebrating Women Leaders in Healthcare –   Civilization Ventures and First Republic Bank’s Tech and Venture Team hosted a holiday event celebrating female founders' unique opportunities and challenges. An investor and founder panel was followed by cocktails and appetizers. The audience is a co-ed group of founders and investors. Linda AveyPrecise.ly, Co-founder and CEO; 23andMe, Co-fou...

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Wild Earth Introduces Cultured Clean Protein for $30B Pet Food Market

From PR Newswire: Wild Earth Introduces Cultured Clean Protein for $30B Pet Food Market –  BERKELEY, Calif., March 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Wild Earth, Inc., a biotech startup, announced today it is using cultured proteins to develop clean, high-quality pet foods for the $30 billion pet food market. Much like biotech companies creating cultured meats fo...

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Wild Earth Reels in $550,000 from Mark Cuban in 'Shark Tank'

From PR Newswire –  BERKELEY, Calif., March 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Wild Earth, Inc., a startup reinventing pet food with biotech, today announced it has accepted an investment of $550,000 from serial entrepreneur, investor, and owner of the Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban on the ABC hit "Shark Tank." The episode premiered last night and is available on demand at&nbs...

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