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The Ugly Company Announces $9M Series A Funding Round to Accelerate Nationwide Growth

The Ugly Company has announced that it has secured $9 million in funding.

The C3 Take
  • The Ugly Company is a farmer-led producer of upcycled dried fruit snacks that is looking to reduce food waste in the United States.
  • Food waste hurts household budgets and emits methane, a greenhouse gas that is far more potent that carbon dioxide.
  • Last year the Ugly Company prevented 2.17 million pounds of food waste by upcycling.

“Rapidly growing, The Ugly Company’s snacks are available in Sprouts nationwide, select REI, Whole Foods, and HyVee stores, and will be available in Kroger Banners (Ralph’s, Fred Meyer, QFC, King Soopers, and Fry’s) later this year on the West Coast. Current dried fruit include cherries, peaches, white nectarines, apricots, and kiwis.”

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