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Our Team



Prior to Ārepa, Angus spent six years working for the New Zealand Government in Food-Technology at the world-renowned modular incubator-factory The FoodBowl, honing his skills in all things food-tech globally. He helped advise and support a wide range of companies locally and internationally on developing and commercialising new food, beverage and nutraceutical products. Angus believes in the relationship between food and health. He is passionate about promoting the best of New Zealand to the world developing high-end, sustainable, plant-based products that provide a meaningful benefit to consumers with a focus on the brain.



After finishing his industrial design degree with first-class honours, Zac, as you can expect, is ‘the design guy’. He has spent over 12 years developing solutions for multinational clients in the fields of transport, consumer electronics, healthcare and aeronautics, working at some of the world’s top design firms. Zac is an avid surfer, part-time funny-man and seriously good at handstands. Zac’s goal is to fuse the disciplines of design, food-technology and neuroscience and become the thought leader in this space globally.


Chief Science Officer

Professor of Human Psychopharmacology, Andrew Scholey, has researched a number of areas of psychopharmacology, including the brain and behavioural effects of 'nutra' interventions (nutrition, nutrients, nutraceuticals). He is a leading authority on the neurocognitive effects of nutrition, natural products, supplements and food components. Andrew has been working with the founders since the beginning - creating our 1st formulation, which has since gone on to be patented twice, and multiple successful clinical trials. He is the brain behind our 100% natural brainfood.  


In-house Neuroscientist

Having studied Neuroscience at Otago University, Sam returned to his hometown of Auckland and completed a Masters degree at the Centre for Brain Research under the guidance of Sir Richard Faull. Having completed his Masters which contributed to the understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease, Sam spent a couple of years doing research in the area of Stroke Rehabilitation. The goal of this research was to find novel techniques for treating stroke patients, attempting to restore motor function and allowing people to regain quality of life.