SpiceBox hits crowdfunding target in five hours

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SpiceBox hits crowdfunding target in five hours

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Vegan restaurant brand SpiceBox has hit its crowdfunding target to support its expansion outside London.

The group raised £275,000 on Seedrs just five hours after the campaign went live on Monday (7 October), and is continuing in to overfunding to aid its growth.

Founder Grace Regan, who began running SpiceBox as an Indian takeaway out of her house in 2016, believes the concept has the potential to become the “UK’s leading curry house brand” and is planning to target commuter belt towns outside the M25.

SpiceBox opened its first permanent restaurant in Walthamstow in January this year, serving a plant-based menu with dishes such as jackfruit jalfrezi; and tikka masala using soy-based ‘chick’n’.

The site does not offer delivery, but instead runs a takeaway scheme which provides customers with reusable tiffin boxes.

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