Online Vegan Supermarket First Started Out In 2 Bed Flat – Secures £3.5 Million Investment

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Online vegan supermarket TheVeganKind has recently raised £3.5 million in a recent investment round.

Co-founded by the McCulloch couple, TVK firstly launched as a subscription delivery box service in 2013 in their two-bedroom flat in Glasgow, however recently moved to their new 35,000 sq. ft. warehouse.

They offer more than 5000 plant-based products and all available for next-day delivery. TVK says its mission is to make the vegan lifestyle accessible to all, by offering the widest range of products to live your life as a vegan’.

 “We’re so proud to announce this monumental day in our history. 

“In Literacy Capital we have found incredible partners and a value-aligned fund which operates with an added charitable mission. 

“Thank you so much to the team at PwC for helping facilitate this deal and guiding us through the process.”

Scott McCulloch, TheVeganKind Co-Founder

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