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Aussie food start-ups to get boost

The first round of the Australian Chobani Food Incubator is open to start-ups looking to scale their food business

Aussie food start-ups to get boost

Chobani founder & CEO Hamdi Ulukaya with Monash University director of food & agriculture innovation Nicholas George at the launch of the programme in August

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The Australian arm of the US-based Chobani Food Incubator is taking entries for the programme designed to scale innovative food businesses.

Australian food start-ups can apply to take part in the inaugural four month programme, running from February to April next year, which will allow successful applicants access to the state-of-the-art facilities at Monash’s Food Innovation Centre (FIC) to support the development of new and innovative food products, as well as access to Chobani team members, executives and experts.

Successful applicants will also get a A$10,000 grant to help grow their businesses, with entries open until 30 November.


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