BOL Foods receives capital investment

Our client, BOL Foods, has completed a growth capital investment from a group of private investors. BOL Foods was founded in 2015 by former leaders at Innocent Drinks with the aim of making it easy for busy people to eat well. Since an epiphany in 2017, BOL has been on a journey to inspire people to eat more plants, removing …

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Minority investment in Peter’s Yard by Lotus Bakeries

Our client, Peter’s Yard, makers of Swedish style artisan sourdough crispbread, has received a minority investment from Lotus Bakeries, the Belgian-based producer of sweet and healthy snacks. The capital investment will allow the company to build brand awareness, expand the consumer base and product range and scale the team.

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Primal Pantry receives capital investment

Our client, The Primal Pantry, has announced the completion of a growth capital investment from a group of strategic individual investors. The Primal Pantry, is an innovative British company, founded in February 2014, with a vision to make clean eating easier and more accessible for everyone by providing a range of tasty nutritious foods which fully complement a paleo lifestyle. …

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Capital investment for Lily’s Kitchen

Our client, Lily’s Kitchen, a UK leader in premium natural and organic pet foods and one of the overall fastest growing UK consumer brands, has announced the completion of a significant growth capital investment from Catterton, a leading consumer-focused US private equity firm with extensive previous experience in the pet-food industry.

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Inventages minority investment in Tanfield Food Company

Inventages has acquired a minority investment in the Tanfield Food Company, manufacturers of “Look What We Found” manufacturers of premium quality, all natural, allergen free ready meals, soups and sauces which taste as good as homemade and don`t need a fridge. Inventages is one of the world’s largest life-sciences, nutrition and wellness focused venture capital funds, with the resources to …

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