Press Release: Snack Firm Gains Six-Figure Investment

July 18, 2018

"Healthy Nibbles, a vending and subscription service focused on providing nutritional food, secured equity investment from Adelpha Group as it looks to launch its own-brand products" - The Scotsman

We are proud to announce today that our story and recent growth has been publicised by a number of national newspapers and business magazines today. The Scotsman, Business Insider, Business Quarter Magazine, and Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce all picked up on the recent six-figure investment in Healthy Nibbles by the Adelpha group, who invest in high-growth, solution-based, innovative businesses that make a positive contribution to society.

 

The articles also discussed the recent success and achievements of our Founder and CEO Sara Roberts, who was recently named one of the top 20 businesswomen to watch in Scotland, and this month was announced as a global WELL concept advisor for the International WELL Building Instituteä (IWBIä). Sara joins a group of internationally renowned advisors at the IWBI, who have been brought together to advance the influence and importance of healthy buildings, and wellness in the workplace.

 

Healthy Nibbles, just like the health and wellness industry is growing. For more information please check out our website, or if you would like to read the articles themselves in more detail the links are below:

The Scotsman 

Business Insider

Business Quarter Magazine

Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce





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