The latest round follows an October 2017, Intel Capital-led $100 million Series A.
The milestone occurred during a period of eight consecutive quarters of revenue growth acceleration, measured on a percentage basis.
Motif will use biotechnology and fermentation – rather than animal agriculture – to “engineer dozens of proteins derived from dairy, egg and meat.”
The funding puts the company on track to reach unicorn status when it raises again.
The round brings Rockets of Awesome's total funding raised to $49 million since its inception in 2016.
The funding marks The Home Depot’s third startup investment since January 2018.
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The deal reportedly values Flexport at $3.2 billion, post-money.
As Apple continues to diversify its revenue base away from iPhone-derived sales, the company is picking up startups.
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