ModifyHealth – provider of gut-healthy, low-FODMAP and gluten-free meals – has secured $2 million in Series A funding led by Nashville Capital Network.
The US meal kit provider’s new partnership with Nashville Capital Network will support the continued growth of its medically-tailored meals and will enable the further expansion of its nationwide operations.
In addition to shipping fully-prepared meals to homes nationwide, the company offers dietician support and digital health solutions to support GI conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), SIBO, and celiac disease.
ModifyHealth’s home-delivered meals are Monash University Low-FODMAP Certified, organic and non-GMO.
“We’re excited to partner with Nashville Capital Network and look forward to putting this new capital to work to support more customers,” said George Pratt, founder and CEO of ModifyHealth.
Pratt added: “There’s a growing recognition of the vital role ‘food as medicine’ will play in the management of chronic health conditions and we’re just scratching the surface on the impact we can make. Nashville Capital Network is a great cultural fit and their strategic support and healthcare expertise will help us execute our vision even more rapidly and broadly.”
Chase Perry, managing partner at Nashville Capital Network, will join the company’s board of directors. “The ModifyHealth team has delivered rapid growth on a national scale and we look forward to supporting the company’s market leadership and next chapter of growth,” he said.
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