Gullspång Re:Food Gustaf Brandberg on investing patient capital in the food system

Building a food company and transitioning to more sustainable agriculture takes time and requires more patient capital with a long-term view. Re:food is part of Gullspång Invest, a Swedish family office that operates with an evergreen structure. This means that they can invest for the long term without posing time constraints. Located in Stockholm and San Francisco,  Re:Food invested early in some of the most successful food companies that have come out of the Nordics so far like Oatly and Nick’s. The firm focuses on investing across four themes: alternative proteins & fats, regenerative farming, sustainable supply chains, and healthy diets. In this episode, Re:Food's Co-Founder Gustaf Brandberg shares the company's investment thesis, background, and vision for the future food system.  Episode Transcript  Related Links  3 Nordic investors take on the future of food Oatly's Startup Story with Founder Bjorn Oste Nick's Startup Story with Founder Niclas Luthman  Stockholm Resilience Center on supporting people and the planet Sweden FoodTech on Stockholm as a future food city Gullspång’s “Food Is Solvable” Report More interviews with Nordic VCs More interviews from Sweden Liked this episode?  Subscribe to the show for a few dollars a month to support the creation of more content like this!


by Nordic FoodTech