Mumbai Based Startup Nutrizoe Raises $200K In Seed Round

Mumbai based startup Nutrizoe has raised $200K in Seed round from ah! Ventures Angel Platform and Others including The Chennai Angels, India Accelerator, HEM Angels & Angel Bay. With 40 investments in 2021 and total 102 investments (in 81 Startups) till date, ah! Ventures total portfolio is of INR 250 CR (~33 MN USD) with 11 exits and 21 follow on rounds. ah! Ventures plans to do 45+ investments in 2021 totalling to INR 150+ CR (~20MN USD). Nutrizoe launched itself with “Lactobites” India’s first lactation aiding bars last year has already created ripples in the market. The company focuses on innovative solutions laying emphasis on innovative formats and need to have products rather than good to have products.Nutrizoe is a focused women nourishment brand with a new age format of products that are ready to eat (RTE), zero prep time (RTC), highly palatable and nutritious. The company’s first product “Lactobites” are formulated as per the RDA of a lactating mother has been well accepted by the top Maternity chain hospitals & Gynecologists of India. Blended with more than 25 ingredients with no Preservatives / No chemicals makes it a powerhouse on the go nutrition for many moms.

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