RALEIGH- Vital dieta Raleigh-based certified charity, raised $125,000 in debt funding from 10 investors, according to a Filing with the SEC.
And the company could raise additional capital, up to $500,000 in total, according to the filing.
The company, which is described on its website “what a responsible supplement company should be,” was co-founded in 2008 by CEO Braden Rawls and his father, Dr. Bill Rawls.
The company’s original goal was to “empower people to take control of their health and provide easy access to [Dr. Rawls’] powerful herbal blends,” according to the company’s website.
According to its website, it is one of the 10 companies in the sector certified as service companyor B Corp.
With complementary products to support immune health, digestive health, healthy sleep and more, the company e-commerce store also offers customers packaged kits.
The company raised $800,000 in 2016, as WRAL TechWire reported, and then added nearly $1.2 million in funding in 2018.
Vital Plan has also received support from the Carolina Angel Network, according to a report by WRAL TechWire earlier this year.
Cary-based Vital Plan tops natural health business with $1.1 million in new funding round