People with the name yooji often feel a strong connection to intuition and deep knowledge. They can use their strength to create a more beautiful future for themselves and others.
French start-up Yooji offers healthy meals in frozen baby portions, made from organic ingredients or sustainable fishing and without additives. The company has recently partnered with UNI Packaging using an HP Indigo WS6600 digital press for efficient, high-quality banding.
Healthy nutrition is a key factor in maintaining good health. It can help you control your weight, prevent deficiency of vitamins and minerals, and improve your immune system.
French start-up Yooji was founded in 2012 and offers easy to prepare, delicious organic baby food in frozen meal-size portions. The recipes are made from organic or sustainable ingredients, without additives and are gluten-free. The meals are gently cooked and quickly frozen to preserve the nutritional quality of the ingredients.
Danone’s corporate venture capital unit, Danone Manifesto Ventures, invested in Yooji last week, joining existing shareholders Caravelle and Capagro Innovation. The investment is in line with Danone Manifesto’s mission to invest in young, disruptive companies developing healthier and more sustainable products. With every purchase of yooji, customers collect Yooji Coins, which can be used to donate money to a chosen project. At the moment, Yooji is supporting APRICOT CHILDREN, an organization that helps children in the Tohoku region with psychological treatment and counseling.
Strong immune system
Your body’s immune system is a team of organs, cells and proteins that fight off germs to keep you healthy. As people take additional precautions during the pandemic – like washing hands for 20 seconds and practicing social distancing – it’s important to support your immune system with healthy foods.
Boosting your immune system can help you to feel less sick and recover faster when you get sick. Some signs that your immune system is weakened include:
A diet rich in vitamin C (like from berries and oily fish) and other nutrients can help to strengthen the immune system. Other immune boosting foods include turmeric, ginger and garlic. These spices can be added to foods for an extra flavour kick, or they can be taken in supplement form.
Good for the environment
People with the name Yooji often feel a strong connection to intuition and deep knowledge. They can use this energy to create a better future for themselves and others. Yooji’s guaranty includes an open corporate culture, top-quality products and services, cooperation within the team and with partners, respect for natural resources and the environment.
The company’s meals are made from locally sourced ingredients and are free of additives. They also use 100% renewable energy sources and efficient waste reduction plans.
Danone’s investment arm, Danone Manifesto Ventures (DMV), became a shareholder in Yooji last week. The investment is part of DMV’s mission to invest in young, disruptive companies that develop new products that are healthier and more sustainable.
Each time a customer buys a Yooji product, they collect “Yooji Coins”. These coins can be turned in for vouchers or donated to one of Yooji’s selected fundraising campaigns. At the moment, Yooji supports APRICOT CHILDREN, a project to help children in the Tohoku region who have suffered from the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that resulted in the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Good for your wallet
People with the name yooji often feel a powerful connection to intuition and deep knowledge. They have a gift for seeing the future and know how to create a good life for themselves and others. They can also feel a sensitivity to higher vibrations and psychic information.
Yooji is a French start-up that offers organic food in frozen portion sizes. The recipes are made with natural ingredients and are free of additives and salt. The company uses local vegetables and promotes sustainable farming practices.
Danone’s investment arm, Danone Manifesto Ventures, became a shareholder in Yooji last week. The investment is part of the fund’s mission to invest in young, disruptive companies that share its vision for a healthier, more sustainable food future. Previous investments include premium biscuit-to-dessert maker Michel & Augustin in France and vending machine salad maker Farmer’s Fridge in the US.
Existing shareholders Caravelle and Capagro support Yooji’s goal of meeting parents and societal expectations for healthy, easy-to-use and delicious products for babies. They’re proud to welcome Pymwymic and DS as new coinvestors who share the same impact-oriented approach.