Wellness startup ALOHA nabs USD4 million in seed funding

By VCPOST Staff Reporter

Nov 20, 2013 03:44 AM EST

ALOHA just grabbed USD4 million in seed funding for its food and healthy lifestyle business. The investment round was financed by First Round Capital, FF Angel, Highland Capital Partners, Forerunner Ventures, and Khosla Ventures. Angel investors including David Gilboa and Warby Parker also participated in the round. This was according to a report published by TechCrunch.

The health and wellness firm offers a portfolio of nutritional supplements that can be taken as a drink. These supplements help you get your body's recommended vitamin needs. ALOHA's products are not meant to replace real meals. Rather, they are made to complement your food intake, the report said.

Two core products were launched by ALOHA. One is "Foundation," which is a five-pill vegan and gluten-free supplement pack. A 30-day pack will cost you USD95. The other one is "The Daily Good," which is a whole-food power that contains 14 ingredients in every pouch. A 30-day supply will cost you USD75, TechCrunch reported.

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