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Skinny Tonic seeks crowd funding help from Seedrs

The company behind Skinny Tonic – “the first Zero Calorie, Zero Sugar, Nothing Artificial, all Natural Tonic Water in the UK” – is after more funds through crowd funding platform, Seedrs.
Company founder Ian Minton – a sufferer of type 1 diabetes - tells Proactive London that he can now enjoy a G&T without the fear of his blood sugar spiking. The product is now listed nationwide with supermarket group Asda and Minton has plans to break into Sainsbury's, Tesco and Morrisons.
The funding round has already seen investments pledged for £666,565, or 10.48% of equity, giving a pre-money valuation of £5,693,455. Mine's a double, waiter!

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