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Tahini, sumac and pomegranate seeds add Middle Eastern flair.
The startup, which was founded in March 2019, has raised $400K in pre-seed funding from angel investors to get its iOS app to market.
Still, the Blazers will probably enter the season in a deep pack of teams fighting for one of the West’s bottom four playoff seeds.
I remember starting my own financial technology business in 2010 and how difficult it was to access “family and friends” seed capital, and then later angel investment dollars during our first few years of operation.
That word is in quotes because while quinoa cooks up like a grain, it is technically a seed, with more protein, fiber and minerals than most grains.
Having raised $20 million in seed funding from investors including Felicis Ventures, Unusual Ventures, Win Ventures, and Mayer herself, Sunshine is certainly in its early stages.
No seeds of either species could germinate in the synthetic dirt, so “we would grow up plants under hydroponic-like conditions, and then we would transfer them” to the artificial dirt, Palmer says.
You generally invest at seed stage—when a company’s business plan may still be unclear.
Tallinn had previously been a seed investor—using more conventional fiat currency—in Faculty.
There are minty drinks from mucilaginous, chia-like seeds of a plant called chan, and syrups made from the carob-like pods of a tree called carao.

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