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Crowdfunding Opportunities in Catering, Food and Drink


The Sausage Revolution Catering, Food and Drink EIS SEIS
The Sausage Revolution is serving Britain’s’ popular and favourite foods: The Sausage. With its more than 4,000 social media followers and its Welsh store, the company aims to increase its presence in the Quick Service Restaurant market. The Sausage Revolution is aiming to increase its proximity and franchise through eccentric branding. The store offers a range of meat-selections and buying options that customers like including gluten-free and vegan choices. The brand supports pop-culture references through retro revolutionary icons and imagery. The Sausage Revolution aims to convert, attract, and retain engagement to build a brand meant to be rolled out all over the UK. With the proceeds, a store will be opened in Cardiff, before franchises are launched in the West Midlands and Bristol.
investment: £106,420 target: £150,000 pre-money valuation: £1,350,000
status: Active 5 days
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Erpingham House is the UK’s largest vegan restaurant whose aim is to make plant-based dining into the mainstream and provide delicious, healthy food and drinks to people. The company has earned nationwide recognition and, it has been listed in The Times top 20 vegetarian restaurants. It has also been featured in The Guardian and on channel 4’s “what Britain bought.” EH has served over 12,000 customers in its first year and, it has risen to over 20,000 followers on Instagram. The funds will be used to expand the brand & open a second site in Brighton.
investment: £142,640 target: £250,000 pre-money valuation: £1,416,667
status: Active 14 days
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The Saucy Affair Raw Sauces Catering, Food and Drink EIS
The Saucy Affair Raw Sauces creates a new range of fresh, convenient, and healthy foods made of real ingredients. The company aims at relaunching 6 tried and tested products in retail, 3 dressings, and 3 sauces. The Saucy Affair Raw Sauces has targeted and engaged with 3 key revenue streams, that are: UK Retail & Wholesale, EU Food Service and Retail, and UK Food Service. With the proceeds, the company will employ an experienced team, implement its robust PR, Marketing, and Retail Activation Plan.
investment: £110,289 target: £350,000 pre-money valuation: £4,653,920
status: Funded 51 days
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Cru8 produces fresh, great-tasting, grain and gluten-free products, stocked in Wholefoods, Planet Organic, and many independent stores across the UK. The company has over 30 stockists in London and across the UK and, it is also catering to delis and gyms. It is now planning to expand the distribution internationally. The company is planning to use the funds for sales and marketing, for new kitchen appliances and for hiring experienced operations and marketing managers.
investment: £202,994 target: £300,002 pre-money valuation: £2,401,571
status: Funded 48 days
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Premium Appetise Catering, Food and Drink
Appetise is an online market place that connects consumers with local takeaway restaurants.  Consumers order food on their smart phones to be delivered by the restaurants to their homes.   They currently have 60,000 registered customers and 370 restaurants partnered in the UK and are looking to expand town by town and become a key player in this market.
investment: £129,800 target: £500,000 pre-money valuation: £1,000,000
status: Expired
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Premium Utopian Brewing Catering, Food and Drink EIS SEIS
Almost 75% of beer sales in 2017 consisted of lager and estimated to be worth £19.5bn. Utopian has spent months researching the market and is now planning to build a 3500L brew house with vessels able to produce more than 8,000 Hectolitres per year, with further expansion already in the pipeline.
investment: £465,470 target: £350,000 pre-money valuation: £1,140,000
status: Expired
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Premium Playbrew Catering, Food and Drink EIS SEIS
Craft beer brewed for family and friends with inspiration from 1980's nostalgia and arcade games. Play Brew use a combination of US hops with British Malts and is brewed in the UK. The company has produced around 5,500 cans and their products are sold in 33 outlets. They are the only brewery serving the local community within a radius of 19.5 miles and are seeking funding to open a taproom as a means to expand and grow the business.
investment: £159,360 target: £140,000 pre-money valuation: £542,927
status: Expired
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Premium Holy Cow! Curry Bar Catering, Food and Drink EIS
Holy Cow! are a modern, quirky brand producing an award winning range of Curry Sauces appealing to a wide British audience. They aim to mainstream the market of 'home cooking' style food and become a leading brand in the UK and around the world.
investment: £94,002 target: £100,000 pre-money valuation: £2,138,782
status: Expired
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Premium Sourced Market Catering, Food and Drink EIS
A brand combing deli, dining and retail to offer produce that is healthy and sourced sustainably. Sourced Market has 4 locations within London, including a flagship site at St Pancras that attracts more than 11,000 customers per week, with a separate production kitchen. Their services consist of craft beer and wine, a fresh bakery, artisan coffee and food-to-go. The size of their sites range from 80 to 500m2, as well as pop-up stores at music festivals. Sourced Market's has received investment funding from Pembroke VCT and has achieved a net revenue of £6.4m in the last year. They also have partnerships with Eurostar, a hotel group and are currently in discussions with re: airport. The company has built relationships with more than 100 suppliers, of which many have used Sourced Market to launch their own products. Sourced Market has also been featured in IGD; the food retail analyst, as well as The London Evening Standard. Funds are being raised to open in a variety of locations. This includes a new site at the Eurostar Departures Lounge, another in partnership with a hotel chain in Holborn and a third site to be situated within an airport. Sourced Market also seeks to increase the capacity of their kitchen and partner with a franchisee.
investment: £883,550 target: £750,000 pre-money valuation: £10,000,000
status: Expired
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Premium BurningNight Group Catering, Food and Drink EIS
We focus on large premises located in major city centres and have opened venues in Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff, Birmingham, and Nottingham. They house multiple concept bars in one site - the Bierkeller authentic Bavarian bar, sports bar Shooters, and Around the World, which specialises in world food and beers.
investment: £567,780 target: £750,000 pre-money valuation: £15,006,303
status: Expired
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Premium The Cheese Bar & Truck Catering, Food and Drink EIS
A street food company, specialising in cheese-based products, is now ready to open their second site after success of a 2016 Crowdcube campaign. The Cheese Truck Ltd are raising funds to open "The Cheese Bar" in Covent Garden by the end of 2018. Four more sites are planned before 2021. The original site in Camden has served more than 90,000 customers within a 50-seat area, with sales of £996k in Year 1 and a YOY increase of 20% in Year 2.
investment: £204,000 target: £200,000 pre-money valuation: £2,750,000
status: Expired
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Premium The House of Wings Catering, Food and Drink SEIS
The House of Wings (THOW) is a pop-up restaurant that specialises in a variety of different flavour wings. With the use of the proceeds raised, THOW are looking to open their first permanent restaurant in a high footfall location in West London.
investment: £8,817 target: £100,000 pre-money valuation: £550,195
status: Funded
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