Plant Jammer uses an app to help you make healthy, vegetarian dishes. Foto: Plant Jammer

Danish food tech start-up: Now we are heading for growth

Plant Jammer will spend spring testing and expanding their platform where artificial intelligence is paired with a need for eating more greens. It will take one additional pre seed round before the company is ready for the next big step this summer, tells CEO Michael Haase.

114 types of food will make your kale look more appetizing on your plate. Plant Jammer knows this as it by the means of artificial intelligence has build up a neutral network of matching foods. The result is an app, guiding the user to more and better vegetable dishes which altogether benefit both the climate and one’s health and budget.

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