Eight Israeli Food-Tech companies travelled on a delegation led by the Chamber and organized in collaboration with the Israeli Economic Mission in San Francisco, Chamber member – KPMG, the Foodtech incubator TheKitchen, and sponsored by the Export Institute and the Israel Innovation Authority.  

The eight hand-picked companies: AclarTech, DouxMatok, Flying Spark, Innovopro, Inspecto, NextFerm, Valiber, Water.io aimed to expose the vibrant Israeli Food-Tech industry to the investment community in California and elsewhere in the U.S., and to potential partners in the food industry and its supply chain.

The delegation members participated in a newly created FoodTech track at the Israel Dealmakers Summit where they presented their companies in front of a packed hall, to investors, potential partners and others.

The delegation also participated at the Future Food-Tech San Francisco Conference, and at a special breakfast meeting with Bay area investors. It ended in a educational-visit at the Impossible Foods organized by TheKitchen CEO Jonathan Berger. Overall the delegation had over 120 targeted one-on-one meetings in a packed and very successful 4-day program. 

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