The program is targeted at startups looking to solve challenges along the food and agriculture value chain.
The program is meant to bring technology entrepreneurs to the front lines of food manufacturing to enable them to tap into Chobani’s operations, supply chain logistics, and quality assurance expertise to build innovative solutions to the industry’s biggest challenges.
The companies selected for the fall residency program have connections to the dairy industry.
Via Separations is a Massachusetts-based startup that uses membranes to enable the processing of acid whey into valuable food ingredients.
Dairy processors can create value from the highly nutritious components of the whey stream in an economic manner, turning it into a revenue generator, according to the company.