Vegan Meal Delivery Business allplants Secures £7.5M In Series A Funding

Jonathan Petrides talking on the main stage at Vevolution Festival 2017

Jonathan Petrides talking on the main stage at Vevolution Festival 2017

Vegan meal delivery business allplants secures £7.5M in Series A funding

Today allplants, the plant-based meal delivery company, announced they have raised £7.5m in Series A funding, led by Octopus Ventures, one of Europe’s most prominent venture capital teams, and early backers of Graze, Secret Escapes and Zoopla. They are building a home for plant-based living and as a registered B-Corp will ensure it is created for people and planet.

Here at Vevolution we were very excited to see this news. allplants founders JP and Alex have been involved in all 3 Vevolution Festivals. And right at the start of our business journey Judy and I sat down with Alex and JP over some beers and vegan pizza to share our vision for Vevolution. They really helped us think about how big and impactful we could make Vevolution and it is great to be working together to feed and inspire the plant-powered generation.

This fundraising round means the allplants team will be growing rapidly so if you have a passion for healthy plant-based food and are want to join one of the world’s most exciting plant-based startups - follow allplants on social media for recruitment updates.

Largest Series A Round For A Vegan Business

Alex Petrides and Jonathan Petrides Founders of allplants

Alex Petrides and Jonathan Petrides Founders of allplants

The plant-based movement has become mainstream and is growing fast. Today, each evening, an allplants meal is enjoyed every 15 seconds. Most allplants customers aren’t veggie or vegan, they’re curious and hunting for convenient, healthy ways to boost their busy lives. This investment well help us fuel the plant-based movement forward. Our delicious chef-made meals, help them nurture a positive relationship with their health and the health of our planet without compromise. We’re excited to build a home for plant-based living in the UK and continue sharing our food with the world, to inspire the next billion plant-powered people.
— Jonathan Petrides, allplants

allplants co-founder Jonathan Petrides talking about how we create the first billion plant-powered people at Vevolution Festival 2017

See allplants At Vevolution Festival 2018 This November

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This November don’t miss the opportunity to see allplants co-founder Jonathan Petrides take part in the business panel at Vevolution Festival 2018 taking place at the BFI on London’s Southbank on the 10th November.

Places are limited for this year’s exclusive event to view the full speaker line-up and what is planned throughout the day visit: