Organic Baby Food Startup Yumi Secures $4.1 Million in Seed Funding
Company will initially launch in California and expand as Yumi grows.
With $4.1 million in seed funding from Brand Foundry, August Capital and NEA and others under its belt, organic baby food startup Yumi launched in California earlier this week, reports Forbes. The company was founded by Angela Sutherland and Evelyn Rusli who want to provide prepared organic baby food to busy parents who want healthier meals for their children. As a new parent, Sutherland compared baby foods and discovered that many – including organic brands – contained high amounts of fructose, and she wasn’t satisfied with the options available.
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