Baby food startup Yumi just added 70 women as investors. What’s your excuse?

Yumi’s female founders wanted its new $67 million Series B to better reflect the company’s women-led approach.

Last month, California-based baby food startup Yumi announced a $67 million Series B funding round, led by San Francisco-based biotech fund Jazz Ventures Partners, AF Ventures, and 23andme cofounder and CEO Anne Wojcicki. It brings the company’s total funding to $79 million and adds more name-brand investors into a fold that already included the founders of Warby Parker, Harry’s, Sweetgreen, and Uber, as well as such celebrities as Snoop Dogg and Gabrielle Union.

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