Reinventing tempeh: Singapore's Angie's Tempeh outlines R&D and retail ambitions on back of funding boost
Singapore-based Angie's Tempeh is exploring the idea of developing Asian foods such as dim sum with tempeh along with expanding into the ready-to-eat space, as part of its plan to tap into mainstream retail channels after receiving a major funding boost.
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