Chipotle’s Aluminaries Project Focuses on Driving Change in Food Industry

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The program is part of the company’s initiative to invest in the “future of food with integrity”.

Chipotle Mexican Grill has announced its first class of the company’s aluminaries project, which provides eight growth-stage ventures with resources to grow and drive positive change. Sponsored by non-profit organizations Chipotle Cultivate Foundation and Uncharted, each venture that is part of the seven-month accelerator program receives mentorship and coaching from industry leaders, and they participate in a five-day boot camp next month. Each member of the class of 2019 also receives free burritos for a year, and Chipotle will cater their office, according to a Chipotle press release.

The following ventures selected to participate in the Chipotle Aluminaries Project focus on a variety of areas in the food industry:

  • AdVoice
  • American Ostrich Farms
  • Asarasi
  • GrubTubs
  • ImpactVision
  • Novolyze
  • Rex Animal Health
  • Sophie’s Kitchen Plant-Based Seafood

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