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Mar 15th 2021 - Apr 24th 2021

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Fullgreen offers a range of 100% plant-based products that are low-carb and preservative-free alternatives for people looking to eat fewer carbohydrates, add more vegetables to their meals, or manage health issues such as obesity and diabetes. Fullgreen also claims that its products are shelf-stable negating the need to refrigerate. The company's catalogue includes non-Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) riced veggies, cauliflower risottos, and oat free plant-based breakfast meals, to name a few. Fullgreen points out that its products are listed in over 9,000 UK and US retailers. The company has dedicated production lines in the UK and US with a capacity of over 18 million pouches per annum. It has sold over 12 million pouches to date and earned £5.4 million in 2020. Fullgreen will use the investment to improve in-store promotions and activations, develop sampling activities for its target consumers, and boost geotargeted advertising and other digital marketing activities.

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