The start-up, currently located in the Ciudad Agroalimentaria de Tudela, hopes to close an investment round of 1.3 million euros in the near future to cover this investment. Its intention, therefore, is for the new production centre to be operational by 2024. In the meantime, the company is continuing with its expansion projects, which have led it to increase its workforce from two to the current nine employees.
Those responsible for the startup Bread Free reported that, among their next projects is to have a new factory where they can produce up to 24 tonnes of gluten-free wheat flour per day. Specifically, their aim is for this centre to be operational by September 2024. To this end, they hope to close an investment round of 1.3 million euros in the near future to cover this investment.
In parallel to this development, the company has seen the consolidation of its business project. In this way, it has gone from having two people on staff to a total of nine professionals: four in the technical team; two in Marketing; one in the economic area; another in sales, its CEO, Daniel Gómez-Bravo; as well as its Development Director, Juan Garrido. “The leap we are making is impressive in every sense,” said its directors.
The company, established in the Ciudad Agroalimentaria de Navarra (CAT) after being founded in Madrid, is dedicated to the development of pilot products in the fields of pastries, bakery, biscuits, fish preparations, meat, baby food and dietetics.
Source: Navarra Capital