UK oat milk producer, Minor Figures, has received minority investments from Danone Manifesto Ventures and Green Monday Group.
Founded in 2015, Minor Figures produces plant-based beverages using natural ingredients with few additives. The company’s portfolio includes barista oat milks and a line of ready-to-drink coffees and teas, and is sold in 16 countries. Minor Figures has offices in the UK, US and Australia.
“We are excited to partner with Danone Manifesto Ventures and Green Monday Group,” said Stuart Forsyth, co-founder and CEO of Minor Figures. “The team at Danone Manifesto Ventures – the first corporate venture unit to be independently certified as a B Corp – shares our core vision to create a sustainable future for humanity. We are confident they are the perfect partner to help us optimise and grow our multi-geo, multi-channel business.”
He continued: “With Green Monday Group, we have a like-minded partner who is focused on constructing a multi-faceted global ecosystem of future food that combats climate change, food insecurity, public health crisis, planetary devastation and animal suffering. We look forward to building on our distribution relationship across Asia as Minor Figures works to meet the increasing needs of plant-based consumers globally.”
Financial terms were not disclosed.
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