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Ice cream brand Go Zero raises $1.5 Mn

Ice cream brand Go Zero has raised $1.5 million in its follow-on pre-Series A funding round from DSG Consumer Partners, Saama, and V3 Ventures, among others. The round also saw participation from notable angel investors such as Arjun Purkayastha.

Earlier in August last year, the startup had raised $1 million in its pre-Series A funding round led by DSG Consumer Partners, Saama, and V3 Ventures.

Founded by Kiran Shah, Go Zero has a diversified product portfolio featuring low-calorie, high-protein, and vegan ice creams. The startup claims that all its products are sweetened with plant-based sweeteners, which are low in calories. 

Currently present in 16 cities and over 125 dark stores, Go Zero ice cream brand is available on both quick commerce and e-commerce platforms in less than two years of launch. 

In FY24, Go Zero claims to have grown 4X compared to FY23 and while it saw 7X growth on quick commerce in just 5 months this summer.

Go Zero competes with Hocco and NIC. Last year, NIC had raised $11 million in a growth funding round led by Jungle Ventures whereas Hocco recently raised $12 million from Chona family and others.

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