Lo! Foods bags USD 1 million in pre-series A funding, eyes expansion

Lo! Foods bags USD 1 million in pre-series A funding, eyes expansion

Published: 22 hours ago By Mateen Dalal

Lo! Foods, a Bengaluru-based consumer goods startup has reportedly secured USD 1 million during its pre-series A funding round, which was led by Chona Family Office, the former promoters of the renowned Hamvor Ice Cream.....

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