The Wave Project

Henrik Stamm Kristensen

At Blendhub, we have spent the last years preparing a completely new and collaborative way to ideate, test, validate and launch better food and nutritional products, faster, safer and cheaper to industry and final consumers anywhere in the world. We named our product ideation “the Wave Project” and it is about a segmented and individualized food and nutrition approach to satisfy end consumers with an ever-growing voice. Apps like Yuka are facilitating their voice and with over 13 million users online returning 92% of non-sustainable food products. I am sure that many of you are ready to participate in our “Waves” to make a measured impact.

This post was originally published on Henrik Stamn Kristensen’s LinkedIn profile. Follow Henrik to be the first to hear from him. 


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