Plant-based meat brand Shaka Harry raises seed funding of $2 M

Shaka Harry aims at aggressive growth over the next 5 years

Bengaluru-based Liberate Foods, a plant protein startup with a meat alternate line, Shaka Harry, has received a total investment of $ 2 million  in  seed funding round led by Better Bite Ventures, Blue Horizon and venture debt fund – Panthera Peak. Other investors include; Dexler Holdings, Chef Manu Chandra and a group of domestic family offices and angel investors.

Shaka Harry, one of the fastest growing plant-based meat brand, offers a range of meal and snacking products which are designed around the Indian cuisine and palate. The range includes snackables and meal accompaniments. The product has a distinct advantage with access to proprietary taste and flavour solutions coupled with the brand’s partnership with Chef Manu Chandra, one of India’s top chefs.

The company has a monthly customer base of 25,000. The monthly growth expected  for the next few quarters is around 20 to 30%. Shaka Harry aims at aggressive growth over the next 5 years. Shaka Harry range of products are available across Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, Ahmedabad and Gurgaon.

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