Hampton Creek

Hampton Creek is bringing healthier and more affordable food to everyone, everywhere. The Company's products enables the world's largest and smallest food companies to reduce costs, attract more customers, and embed sustainable innovation into their supply chains.

Hampton Creek's technology, which is based on understanding plants from every corner of the planet, enables consumers, food manufacturers, and the largest retailers around the world, to offer better, healthier products, at a more affordable cost.

Company Growth (employees)
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
167 (est)
Hampton Creek was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Hampton Creek

Josh Tetrick

Josh Tetrick

CEO & Founder

Hampton Creek Office Locations

Hampton Creek has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
371 10th Street

Hampton Creek Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$220 m

Latest funding size

$100 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year


Hampton Creek's latest funding round in August 2016 was reported to be $100 m. In total, Hampton Creek has raised $220 m. Hampton Creek's latest valuation is reported to be $800 m.

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Market valuation

800 m
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Hampton Creek News and Updates

An eggless mayo startup is out to beat Hampton Creek — here's the verdict

We live in a world of cheap, low-quality food where the crowning achievement in taste and convenience is the Dorito. But it doesn't have to be this way, according to Matias Muchnick, the CEO and co-founder of a startup called NotCo (The Not Company) that aims to replace food…

How the tech elite's addiction to fancy coffee turned Blue Bottle into a tech startup

Blue Bottle's fancy coffee shops have long been a favorite haunt of Silicon Valley's movers and shakers. So at some point, a who's who of prominent venture capitalists decided that since they were pouring money into everything else, they might as well fund their preferred baristas too. Never min…

Hampton Creek rises again with new directors and patents for a new direction

 After what were likely several months of very one-sided board meetings, Hampton Creek has filled the empty seats that chief executive Josh Tetrick may have been talking to. No longer monologuing, Tetrick has added an assortment of impressive-seeming new directors to the company’s board and announce…

Israel found an unlikely buyer for its lab-grown meat: China

China this week inked a deal with Israel that stands to give high-tech vegan meat companies an opening into the world’s most populous country. “It…

Lab-grown food startup Memphis Meats raises $17 million from DFJ, Cargill, Bill Gates, others

Meat grown in a laboratory is the future, if certain sustainable food advocates have their way, and one startup just raised a bucketload of cash from major investors to make this goal a reality. Memphis Meats produces a variety of meat products using animal cells, with no animals bred, fed, or slaug…

Target won’t be adding Hampton Creek products back on its shelves

 Despite clearance from the Food and Drug Administration earlier this month, Target has decided to terminate its relationship with beleaguered food startup Hampton Creek. Target pulled all 20 Hampton Creek products from its shelves two months ago and held an internal review of the startup after it w…
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