Nourish Raises $35M to Expand Access to Personalized Nutrition Care

The company’s Series A round will go toward expanding its network of registered dietitians.
March 27, 2024Updated: March 27, 2024
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Nourish, a New York-based telenutrition platform, has raised $35 million in a Series A funding round led by Index Ventures. The company aims to expand access to registered dietitians, or RDs, to provide nutrition counseling to patients at no out-of-pocket cost.

Nourish connects patients to RDs who provide personalized support for various conditions, including eating disorders, diabetes, heart health, autoimmune diseases and cancer. Its mobile app lets patients log meals, chat with their RD and track their health progress. 

The company offers virtual care and partners with major insurance companies to bring RDs in-network. With hundreds of dietitians and tens of thousands of patients across all 50 states, Nourish plans to expand its network to over 1,000 RDs by the end of 2024.

Alongside expanding its dietitian network, Nourish will use the funding to develop its digital platform and strengthen its partnerships with insurance companies. The company will invest in AI-powered tools that enhance personalization for patients and streamline administrative workflows for RDs. It will also integrate tech that lets RDs prescribe diets tailored to patients’ specific needs and preferences.

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