Alchemy in the News 

We’ve shared our journey and milestones with many publications. From raising awareness of our key ingredient at exhibitions to raising capital for the further development of Alchemy Fibre™. Read all about it below! 

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KrASIA

Ricing to the occasion: Alchemy Foodtech is remaking your carbs

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THE BUSINESS TIMES

Alchemy Foodtech closes bridge round led by Thai Union; eyes China expansion

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TECH IN ASIA

Singapore’s Alchemy Foodtech raises ‘seven-figure’ funding in bridge round

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GREEN QUEEN

Alchemy Foodtech Raises 7-Figure Round To Bring Its GI-Lowering Powder To Chinese Market

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CNA Video On Demand

Wizards Of Tech: Body

Magic happens when tech geeks get innovative. These tech wizards are working to unlock solutions to address myriad problems. And there’s so much more than meets the eye when it comes to Singapore’s pool of innovators. Quirky personalities and unexpected passions abound. This series looks at not only their quest to make the world a better place but what it is that makes them tick.

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8视界

【科技一点通】利用科技
打造具可持续性的食物供应

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CNA Luxury

The Singaporeans making rice and noodles healthier, but just as delicious

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Press Blog

Alchemy’s Milestones

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We started Alchemy Foodtech as we saw that…

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Vulcan Post

Cutting Down On Carbs? This S’pore Startup Created ‘Fibre’ That Makes Rice, Noodles Healthier

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Food Navigator

GI China: Alchemy Foodtech eyes major new market opportunity after first Singapore product launch

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The Business Times

Singapore start-up Alchemy Foodtech raises S$2.5m in pre-series A funding

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The Edge

Food tech start-up at TECHINNOVATION seeking partnerships and funding

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Channel News Asia

Food-tech lab innovating with lower GI rice and bread to tackle diabetes

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The Edge

Sliced, diced and broiled: Meet the food tech on display at TechInnovation 2017

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Our Mission

To transform the way we eat through our knowledge of food science and biochemistry, turning daily carbohydrates into healthier food without changing our diet.  

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