Growth is in the Aire for health tech start-up

FoodMarble has opened a €3 million fundraising round and plans to create more than 30 jobs next year

20th October, 2019
Aonghus Shortt and Lisa Ruttledge of FoodMarble: ‘We’ll be looking for technology, sales and marketing people’ PIc: Alan Rowlette

FoodMarble has opened a €3 million fundraising round and plans to create more than 30 jobs next year.

The Dublin-based health tech start-up developed a pocked-sized food allergy tester and now employs 16 people. It raised €1 million last year to bring its Aire device to market.

The product tests for hydrogen in the breath. The gas is an indicator that food has not been fully absorbed in the small intestine and is being fermented by bacteria...

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