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Livekindly Collective raises additional $135 million for its plant-based platform

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October 15, 2020
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by Thomas Hayes
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Blue Horizon Corporation led the round, which brings the company's total funding to $335 million after entering with a $200 million founders' round in March 2020. This latest financing will go toward launching portfolio brands The Fry Family Food Co., LikeMeat, and Oumph!, currently available in parts of Europe, Africa, and Australia, in the U.S., as well as development of new plant-based chicken and egg products. Clients, COVID-19 has given plant-based proteins a boost, especially in the near term. With competitive tension growing, it is imperative to make informed decisions that arrive at a solution with a unique value proposition for your organization and for consumers

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