Chilean start-up that uses AI to reinvent food eyes U.S. deals

By Rosalba O’Brien SANTIAGO (Reuters) – A Chilean start-up that has built artificial intelligence software to help recreate animal-based foods using plants is looking toward U.S. multinationals after signing deals at home to sell its products, the company’s founders said. NotCo, founded around a year ago by three Chileans, has already persuaded Cencosud’s Jumbo supermarkets to stock its ‘Not Mayo’ across Chile, and has signed a deal to supply a national food manufacturer with one of its products, said Chief Executive Matias Muchnick.

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