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UK Snack Brand Livia’s Bought by S-Ventures After Going Into Administration

British free-from snack brand Livia’s has been bought by London investor S-Ventures after falling into administration. The company reported a pre-tax loss of £1.4 million for the year ending September 30 2020. Until 2020, Livia’s experienced rapid growth of 150% YOY. The company was the UK’s fastest-growing free-from snacks brand, raising over £1 million in a crowdfunding campaign 18 months ago. With listings at major supermarkets Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, and Ocado, founder Olivia Wollenberg told vegconomist in 2021 that the brand was “unstoppable”. Impact of Covid-19 Despite its previous success, Livia’s was hit hard by the pandemic, as many of its sales come from meal deals, impulse buys, and on-the-go snacks. Livia’s had been valued at £11.3 million following its crowdfunding campaign, but the company …


Olivia Wollenberg of Livia's


Livia’s: “We Will Show the World That Livia’s is Unstoppable”

Livia’s – the UK’s fastest growing free-from treat producer – quickly gained the respect of many respected investors including Jaap Korteweg and Michiel van Deursen upon launching this year. This week, after selling well over 7 million units, the sweets become available in multipacks in nearly 1,000 Tesco and Sainsbury’s stores nationwide


Olivia-Wollenberg of Livias


Food & Beverage

UK’s Fastest Growing Free-From Treats Brand Sells 7 Million Treats to Date, Launches Seedr Round Thursday

UK startup Livia’s already has a following of 200,000 and is backed by a plethora of respected investors in the industry including  Jaap Korteweg (founder of Vegetarian Butcher), Michiel van Deursen (entrepreneur and investor focussing on plant-based businesses), and ex Mars president of ten years Andy Weston-Webb.