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Food Disco (FD) brings inspired restaurants and street food traders to the heart of communities residing in buildings and complexes. The company's purpose-built technology platform coupled with its rotating network of food partners allows it to prepare fresh meals onsite at the development, exclusively for residents. FD stresses that its model is simple. Customers order online, FD's food partner cooks and residents collect. FD points out that at certain larger developments, it delivers in a period of a few minutes. FD intends to become dominant in a bespoke onsite food delivery market that is estimated to be over £1 billion in the UK alone. FD has trialed its service at two premier developments in London and five in Manchester receiving positive feedback. The company's clients include 'Build to Rent' players including Allsop, Folio London, Grainger, Greystar, Invesco, JLL, Legal & General, Moda Living, Salboy and urbanbubble. FD states it will use the investment towards consumer refunds, kiosk maintenance, technology development, event promotions, administrative expenses, sales and marketing, and capital expenses.
pledged: 118% days to go: Expired investment: £207,053
Fitbakes is a low sugar and high protein baked snacks brand. The company claims that its products have 90% less sugar, 80% less fat, 60% fewer calories and 200% more protein than leading cakes and chocolate brands with no artificial sweeteners, flavourings or colourings. Fitbakes claims that its products are compliant with the UK government's 'Non-HFSS' policy. The company has sold over 1 million cakes via the 'Direct 2 Consumer' channel, experienced 25% repeat purchase in-store, onboarded retailers such as Coop and Selfridges, and planned a launch in 1,000 Tesco Express stores in Q3 2021. The company is also working with over 1,000 micro-influencers and over 50,000 Instagram followers. It was also a winner at the 'Best of Health Awards' and a finalist at the 'MidCounties Good Food Awards'. The company has received press coverage in BBC1 News, The Times, Forbes, The Telegraph, Daily Mail and The Grocer. It states it will use the investment to support its digital growth and retail launch with major retailers.
pledged: 232% days to go: Expired investment: £523,184
Revvies Energy (RE) is a nutrition company that argues that its innovative energy strips are a game-changer. The company stresses that 80% of the world's population consumes caffeine every day, which takes at least 45 minutes to an hour to reach its peak. RE states that its energy strips dissolve on the tongue in seconds, providing a faster and efficient performance boost that is less than two calories, vegan and gluten-free. RE has sold over 400,000 packs to date and stocked in more than 400 locations across five countries in entities like Chemist Warehouse Australia, Decathlon Australia, and Amazon marketplaces in the UK, US and Australia. RE was awarded 2021's 'Product Of The Year' in 'Sports Nutrition' by NutraIngredients, Europe's leading nutrition industry title. The company works with athletes across various sports, including RE's Ambassadors Charlotte Purdue (British Marathon Champion 2019 ), top US marathoner, Sara Hall, and dual Australian Olympian, Eloise Wellings. RE states it will use the investment to scale its marketing formula both in the UK and international markets.
pledged: 126% days to go: Expired investment: £189,363
Small Robot Company (SRC) aims to integrate its patented 'PerPlant' farming with agricultural practices worldwide and disrupt the $240 billion per year agriculture industry. SRC claims that PerPlant farming uses lightweight and smart robots that make food production more accurate, sustainable and profitable. SRC's three small robots, 'Tom', 'Dick' and 'Harry' coupled with AI brain 'Wilma' can plant, monitor and treat arable crops autonomously. SRC argues that it has successfully commercialised its PerPlant monitoring service for farmers in Wiltshire using its 'Tom V3' robots, built by leading robotics manufacturer, Tharsus. SRC stresses that it will equip its robots to kill weeds autonomously using electricity and perform trials with customers next season to demonstrate product readiness. SRC points out that it has raised more than £400,000 from willing farmers who want to embrace change. SRC has featured in WIRED, Economist and CNN. It has onboarded customers, including Waitrose and National Trust. SRC state they will use the investment to commercialise its patented R&D.

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pledged: 199% days to go: Expired investment: £3,996,978
Soho Street Cocktails (SSC) uses the finest quality ingredients, including real fruits with no artificial flavours or colours to produce high-quality pre-mixed cocktails. SSC argues that bars and restaurants make high margins from the sale of cocktails but the serving time of several minutes per cocktail causes either a backlog of bar orders or requires additional staff. The company asserts that its drinks, in contrast, are poured directly into a cocktail shaker with ice, shaken for 8-10 seconds, then served to the customer. SSC stresses that it has found success in bars and restaurants. SSC's current range consists of three ready-mixed cocktails, namely Espresso martini, Pornstar martini, and Raspberry Daiquiri, with more flavours in the pipeline. It has submitted its product for sampling and testing with major retailers, including Waitrose, Sainsbury, Tesco and Costco. SSC states it will use the investment for additional production runs to ensure sufficient stock to cater to larger orders from distributors and festivals.
pledged: 0% days to go: Expired investment: Withheld
Doisy & Dam (D&D) is a confectionery challenger brand that produces a range of dark chocolate products. It claims that its products are sold across the UK and stocked by Amazon, Sainsbury's, Holland & Barrett, Ocado, Boots, and other global markets. D&D's products are created using ethically sourced cocoa, natural ingredients and contain no traces of palm oil. The company aspires to become a contender in the UK confectionery market that was worth £3.9 billion in April 2021. It further points out that people are aware of the health and the sustainability credentials of the products they buy. It intends to target this sentiment and become an established brand. The company states it has grown its sales to over £1 million and aspires to become the best dark chocolate confectioner in the UK. D&D state they will use the investment for marketing, expanding its product range, and growing its export business.

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pledged: 171% days to go: Expired investment: £515,735
Vite Naturals (VN) is a plant-based nutrition brand that seeks to disrupt the $750 billion health and wellness food market. The company intends to target the aforementioned market with its products namely, Vite Brain, Vite Body, and Vite Protein +. Since launching its first product in late 2018, VN has sold directly to over 10,000 customers and accumulated hundreds of five-star reviews. VN has stocked its products with Holland Barretts both online and offline. The company earned £501,000 in revenue in 2020 and has positioned itself in rapid growth sectors. VN, in recent months, introduced products like 'Gut Health' and 'Mental Performance' in the snack bar category and listed with two of the UK’s largest health food distributors. The company states it will use the investment for new product development, optimising field sales, hiring marketing staff, launching brand awareness campaigns, and ensuring steady working capital.
pledged: 111% days to go: Expired investment: £167,020
Ember Snacks (ES) is a sustainable meat snack brand that aims to end factory farming in the meat industry. It works directly with farmers committed to using high welfare and regenerative practices to improve soil health and encourage wildlife on their farms. Since its launch in 2017, ES's products have been stocked in over 2,000 distribution points across the UK, including Sainsbury’s and Waitrose. It also argues that it is the most reviewed meat snack brand on Amazon across the UK and Europe, with nearly 4,000 reviews. The company asserts that its products are stocked in 200 Stonegate pubs, supported by field activation. It earned over £1.75 million in sales in 2020, won a medal at the Charcuterie Live Awards 2021, and received over 35 pieces of press coverage in 2021. ES states it will use the investment to discourage factory farming, build its team, grow distribution channels in major UK supermarkets, launch a campaign to highlight factory farming practices, reach out to new customers, and launch new products.

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pledged: 177% days to go: Expired investment: £1,420,578
IceRobotics develops sensor technology and advanced data analytics for the dairy farming industry. It claims that its cloud-based behaviour monitoring system - CowAlert - provides real-time insights and ‘alerts’ farmers on the performance of their herd, using data collected from ‘IceQube’ sensors attached to the rear leg of a cow that records the cow's movements. CowAlert interprets and relays this data back to the farmer in a series of actionable reports. The company states it has generated revenues of over £1 million in 2020, sustained a customer retention rate of 95% and onboarded 143 commercial CowAlert customers worldwide recording 42,000 cows. It has also raised £6 million in equity investments to date from serial angel investors and family offices. They intend to use the investment to grow their base in the USA and across the food supply chain, strengthen their team, develop new CowAlert modules, and develop collaborative opportunities with dairy industry organisations.
pledged: 91% days to go: Expired investment: £637,956
Lost At Sea (LAS) is an independent lifestyle beer brand that targets adventurers. The company has sold 26,000+ beers since 2019, with its products stocked in 50+ outlets. LAS claims that its new online shop has a 21.82% conversion rate and an engaged community of over 30,000 people. It also points out that since its first brew in 2019, it has seen substantial growth in demand, and as a result, provides kegs to its flagship stockist to ensure they have a constant flow of stock. The company has made over £1,000 Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) donations to date. They intend to use the investment to build a community of like-minded beer lovers, launch a flagship bar in Abersoch, North Wales to advocate local produce and sustainability, create a scalable bar concept for future expansion in other coastal towns, and hire personnel to drive product innovation and sales.
pledged: 27% days to go: Expired investment: £82,351
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