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Equity Crowdfunding Pitches

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Supper aims to be a unique delivery service focusing on quality and service for high-end restaurants. It argues that its commercial metrics and lack of reliance on 'Gig-Economy' workers sets it apart from competitors. The company intends to become a contender in the food delivery market that grew by 35% in 2020 and by almost 150% over the last 5 years. It has partnered with 130 notable establishments such as Zuma, Park Chinois, Milos, and Cova, to name a few. Supper has 61,000 customers on its portal that is further growing by 1,500 new customers every month. The company delivers 1,000 orders each week and has fulfilled 100,000 orders to date with the average order costing £100. It delivers orders via its purpose-built, gyroscopically-stable, and temperature-controlled vehicles. Supper will use the investment to focus on its growth in London and expand globally.
pledged: 0% days to go: TBC investment: Withheld
The Cookaway is a Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) company that makes and sells recipe boxes to users to enable them to make delicious food from the comfort of their homes. Users receive all the ingredients, including premium oils, along with complete recipe cards made by the company's expert chefs. The Cookaway has garnered over 500 verified reviews on TrustPilot with an 'Excellent' rating and onboarded 10 chefs including 5 MasterChefs and a 2-Michelin starred chef. It has featured in publications such as The Independent, Forbes, The Week, and The Daily Mail. The company was the 'Chosen Food Partner' for The Lord Mayor's Big Curry Lunch 2021. The Cookaway will use 25% of the investment to hire talent, 20% to boost brand visibility via content generation, 15% to make its technology platform more intuitive, 15% to launch new chefs and cuisines, 5% to improve its sustainability credentials, 5% to develop its app with more features, 10% towards automation, and 5% to launch a membership program.
pledged: 102% days to go: 25 investment: £714,035
Nelson's Distillery & School (NDAS) makes and sells craft gin from its 290-litre state-of-the-art establishment. It also educates interested folks from its 28 seat Gin school in the art of making quality craft gin. Former Chef and founder, Neil Harrison, set out to create the best craft Gin and to educate others in the process. The company has produced and sold over 100,000 bottles since its founding in 2019. It aspires to become a contender in the global gin market valued at $15 billion. NDAS asserts that it is one of a few craft gin companies to win the coveted 3-star Great British Taste award, plus 6 other awards over 2 years. The company has also signed four contracts with the Hilton & Clayton hotels, three in the UK and one in Asia. NDAS will use the investment to expand its business and establish Nelson’s Gin school in all major cities.
pledged: 85% days to go: 9 investment: £256,016
Cook My Grub (CMG) is an online food delivery marketplace that offers fresh and authentic home-cooked food using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). CMG allows customers to choose their food from options such as vegetarianism, veganism, halal, and gluten-free. Customers can use CMG's app to order food on the same day or pre-order several days or even weeks in advance. CMG points out that it sets up 'Virtual Restaurants' for home-chefs giving them the flexibility to decide when, what, and how much they aim to cook. It aims to be a contender in the £10+ billion UK restaurant delivery market. CMG argues that it has served 1300+ meals across Maidenhead, Windsor, and Slough. It has planned future expansion across London, Reading, Swindon, and Home Counties. The company has featured in publications like BBC Berkshire Radio, Public Sector Catering, Business Cloud, and TechFound. It will use the investment to increase marketing, scale-up operations, and grow its technology teams.

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pledged: 228% days to go: Expired investment: £685,544
Grocemania is an on-demand delivery platform, which allows customers to find and shop from local grocery stores and receive deliveries in minutes for only £2.50 at absolutely no cost to retailers. The company asserts that its team has been at the forefront of the pandemic delivering everyday essentials to thousands of people across London, Brighton, and Bristol in the UK. Grocemania has helped local retailers to generate £200,000 in sales through its platform since January 2020. It has allowed brands to subscribe and get detailed data analytics and sales insights about their products through its 'Data Reporting' module, and partnered with PepsiCo to maximize PepsiCo, Walkers, and Doritos sales during the UEFA Champions League Group Stage 2020. The company has featured in Timeout, The Grocer, Food Navigator, eMarketer, and UK Technews. It will use the investment to boost marketing and grow its monthly budget by 10 times, test its data module with current partnerships and create useful case-studies to secure more contracts, and invest more in local and product SEO.

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pledged: 173% days to go: Expired investment: £173,781
White Rabbit (WR) is on a mission to create delicious Italian food that everyone can enjoy, whether they are following a plant-based diet, gluten-free, or otherwise. WR asserts that its food is made in a custom-built bakery, designed from scratch by its Italian maestro Teo, who creates all of WR's recipes and handpicks every supplier. The company's products are stocked in retails outlets such as Sainsbury's, Waitrose, and Ocado's, to name a few. Independent sellers such as Whole Foods, Planet Organic and Selfridges are also among WR's clientele. The company has earned £2.4 million in revenue in the financial year 2020-2021 and is experiencing a 157% average year on year revenue growth. WR will use the investment to support the development and launch of Teo's new products, grow its commercial and operations teams, and expand its frozen storage capacity.

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pledged: 171% days to go: Expired investment: £513,193
HUN Wines sources premium quality wine from Stellenbosch, South Africa, to create the UK's first Fairtrade, wine in a can. It aims to become the largest canned wine brand in the world. The company asserts that its products are fully recyclable and vegan friendly. HUN Wines claims that it is backed by industry titans including James Bailey, current Waitrose CEO, Andy Shaw, previously Brewdog Beer CEO and RedBull MD, Formula racing legend David Coulthard and RedBull executives. The company has successfully canned 300,000 units of its products consisting of flavours like Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, and Rosé Bubbles (one of the lowest-calorie wines in the UK). It accepted its first order via a Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) site in May 2020, launched nationwide in Tesco Supermarkets in June and expanded onto the e-commerce platform, Amazon, in July. HUN Wines will use 15% of the investment towards staff expenses, 40% towards marketing, 25% towards festival activations and listings, and 20% towards New Product Development (NPD).

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pledged: 150% days to go: Expired investment: £600,761
Coconuts Organic is a company that produces plant-based ice creams. Coconuts Organic asserts that it is one of only two mainstream organic plant-based ice cream brands in the UK. The company aims to tap into the fast-growing global trend of healthier eating and sustainable food. Coconuts Organic has won seven Great Taste Awards and became the fastest-growing 'Wellness Ice Cream' brand in the UK according to a May 2020 Nielsen report. Its products are stocked in major retail chains like M&S and Ocado. The company will use the investment to grow its sales and marketing team, increase its eCommerce business, scale its operations, and invest in marketing activity that will create consumer demand.

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pledged: 468% days to go: Expired investment: £327,979
NoshyCircle intends to disrupt the £8.5 billion UK takeaway market by offering healthy home-cooked meals with ingredients and their nutritional value clearly displayed on deliveries. Consumers can use the app to order their meals prepared by cooks in their neighbourhood. NoshyCircle ensures that the cooks are registered with their local council having a food hygiene rating of three or above. The company also strives to make sure that all its deliveries arrive in an eco-friendly packaging and delivery solution. NoshyCircle enables anyone passionate about cooking to register themselves as cooks and start their virtual kitchen. It currently has 20 such people on its platform. NoshyCircle will use the funds to scale its presence to the rest of London by the end of 2021 and expand its social media presence to attract more consumers to grow its business.

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pledged: 130% days to go: Expired investment: £91,424
Equal Health's (EH) mission is to create a healthy organic food brand that makes a difference to the environment and its customers' health. The company wants to become the go-to brand for healthy organic meals. EH uses seasonal organic ingredients which are ethically sourced, cooked and packed in its kitchen by its expert team of chefs. It received its organic status through the UK's leading certification body, The Soil Association. It aims to launch a new range of healthy organic frozen meals. EH will use the investment to focus on digital marketing, increase its kitchen facilities, and invest in New Product Development (NPD).

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pledged: 125% days to go: Expired investment: £226,598
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