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Butternut Box raises £5m to launch new products

According to an article in the online edition of The Telegraph, Butternut Box, a UK-based subcription service for "home-cooked" dog food, has raised £5m to develop new products and hire more staff.

Its new backers include Literacy Capital and White Star Capital. The firm was started by ex-Goldman Sachs traders Kevin Glynn and David Nolan.

|20 February 2018

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