Sprig raises USD1.2 million in seed funding for healthy meal busines
San Francisco-based startup Sprig received USD1.2 million as seed funding from several investors. This round would be used to launch its new healthy meal business in San Francisco, according to a report published by Daily Gadgetry on its website.
Investors in this seed round included Brian O'Malley of Battery Ventures, Simon Rothman of Greylock Partners, Andrew McCollum, Andrew Garvin, Larry Braitman, Dan Martell, Haroon Mokhtarzada, MHS Capital, Jim Payne, Darian Shirazi, and Pascal Levy-Garboua, the report said.
Sprig is an food company that focuses on healthy meals. At USD12 per meal, customers get to choose among 3 kinds of food including Pork Tenderloin, beef dishes, and cabbage dumplings. The startup has its own delivery team that caters to clients within the San Francisco area, said the report.
Sprig commits to serve healthy meals that are not soggy or overcooked. The company also uses recyclable utensils made from eco-friendly materials, according to Daily Gadgetry.