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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Along with Others Invest Rs. 50 Crores in Nutrition Startup, Fullife Healthcare

The already existing investor for the startup, Fullife Healthcare, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has decided to invest in the company again and along with him, other investors also showed their interests. Including the funding from all the sources, the startup has managed to raise Rs. 50 crores till now.

Fullife Healthcare is a company that operates a brand known for providing nutrition supplements as a part of their sports startup. The particular aspect of the company is named Fast and Up.

The investments that showed their interest in the company along with Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is Sixth Sens and Akash Prakash of Capital. It should be noted that Akash Prakash is the new investor for the company whereas Rakesh is the first person to show his interest in Fullife Healthcare as an investor.

The directors of the startup have already revealed their plans of expanding their business with the new investment. They are already well established in Italy and now they are thinking about hitting the new markets in rest of the Europe as well as the USA. Apart from the addition of new markets, they are also thinking about adding some new products to expand the portfolio.

Fullife Healthcare was founded in the year 2015 and its latest addition was Fast and Up. The extension of their business that sold sports nutrition supplements in which they launched products like Charge, Reload, etc, which were Vitamin C booster, electrolytes respectively. And with their new investment, they will be adding plant-based protein products to their green products portfolio.

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Raghava

Written by Raghava

Raghava is Google certified digital marketer,Wordpress consultant and Founder at Startupsindia.in .

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