Farmley raised $6 million in its Series A led by DSG Consumer Partners and Alkemi Growth Capital

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D2C food startup Farmley raised $6 million in its Series A led by DSG Consumer Partners and Alkemi Growth Capital where existing investors Omnivore, Insitor Partners, and a slew of angel investors also participated.

Farmley collaborates with local and international farming communities to source high-quality nuts and dried fruits. Farmley intends to use the funds for channel expansion, brand development, and team development. It currently has five processing facilities in India. Farmley sells over 100 products made from nuts and dry fruits, ranging from trail mixes to maida-free pasta to roasted munchies, among other things.

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Farmley raised $6 million in its Series A led by DSG Consumer Partners and Alkemi Growth Capital

D2C food startup Farmley raised $6 million in its Series A led by DSG Consumer Partners and Alkemi Growth Capital where existing investors Omnivore, Insitor Partners, and a slew of angel investors also participated.

Farmley collaborates with local and international farming communities to source high-quality nuts and dried fruits. Farmley intends to use the funds for channel expansion, brand development, and team development. It currently has five processing facilities in India. Farmley sells over 100 products made from nuts and dry fruits, ranging from trail mixes to maida-free pasta to roasted munchies, among other things.

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