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Investments & Acquisitions

Canada: Komo Plant-Based Foods Raises $1M in Non-Brokered Private Placement

Komo Plant-Based Foods (CES:YUM), a Canadian foods producer, announces a private placement offering of up to 1,000 company units at a price of CAD $1,000 each, for gross proceeds up to $1,000,000. The units will each consist of a convertible unsecured debenture and 16,000 common share warrants. Serving convenience Based in Vancouver, Komo manufactures a range of plant-based frozen and ready-to-eat meals such as lasagna, chick’n pot pie, shepherd’s pie and mac ‘n cheese. The company’s flagship Ready-to-Bake Classics and Plant-Based Meal Helper line are available DTC via its website and through various online and brick-and-mortar retailers.  In 2021, Komo partnered with SkiptheDishes, a leading Canadian food delivery service, to deliver a special menu of wraps – including Ranch Chick’n, Bacon Ranch Chick’n and Buffalo …


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Food & Beverage

Canada’s Komo Launches on SkipTheDishes With Gourmet Mac & Cheeze and Wraps

Komo launches on SkipTheDishes in Vancouver, will offer a range of premium plant-based comfort foods. Canadian company Komo Plant Based Foods has launched on SkipTheDishes, one of the country’s leading food delivery services. The news comes just a few weeks after Komo began offering its gourmet plant-based mac and cheeze on Uber Eats. For the SkipTheDishes launch, Komo is expanding the menu to include a range of wraps — Ranch Chick’n, Bacon Ranch Chick’n, Buffalo Ranch Chick’n, and Buffalo Bacon Ranch Chick’n. The “chick’n” is made from jackfruit tenders, while the “bacon” is made from tofu. Initially, the meal deliveries will only be available in Vancouver, British Columbia. They will be prepared at Komo’s ghost kitchen in the city, which has no front-of-house for customers. …


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Products & Launches

Canada’s Komo Foods Launches Taco Filling as Plant-Based Frozen and Ready Meal Categories Soar

Vancouver producer Komo Plant-Based Foods Inc. has announced the launch of its BBQ Mushroom Lentil Taco Filling. The emerging plant-based food company develops and manufactures a variety of plant-based frozen and ready meals, with the latest launch part of its Meal Helpers line expansion.  “Plant-forward diets are more prevalent than ever before; consumers are cooking at home more often and looking for easier ways to bring dinner to the table” Komo’s new ready-to-serve Taco Filling comes as the brand targets multi-serve plant-based dinners and entrees sub-categories with its flagship Ready-to-Bake Classics and its Plant-Based Meal Helpers lines. Komo’s products are sold DTC through its eCommerce website and a distribution network of online and brick-and-mortar retailer channels. With plans to launch another 5 new SKUs by …