Israeli’s Nutritional Insights Provider DayTwo Raises $31 Million Funding via Seventure Partners & Johnson & Johnson

By John Heerdink LinkedIn

Reportedly, Israel’s DayTwo raised $31 million in private financing bringing in a total of $48 million funding for the health tech start-up. DayTwo existing investors Seventure Partners and Johnson & Johnson were also participants at the event. DayTwo provides nutritional insights on intestinal bacteria and has received previous funding from the Mayo Clinic for the company’s validation trial.

The Israeli Health Tech was founded in 2015 and has two offices in Tel Aviv and San Francisco. They are reported to be planning to use funds raised to advance initiatives in the United States partnering with payers, providers, and employers and contributing to developing new products for metabolic and gastrointestinal conditions.

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june 26(2)

Israeli health tech startup DayTwo raises $31 million

Israel’s DayTwo, which provides personalized nutritional insights based on intestinal bacteria, said on Wednesday it raised $31 million in private financing, bringing its total raised to $48 million. Existing investors Seventure Partners and Johnson & Johnson also participated. Its product uses..

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