Investors buy $500,000 worth of Probiotic Holdings’ equity

probiotic holdingsProbiotic Holdings disclosed placing 11% of its $4.5 million non-brokered equity. Based on the filing, four investors started to subscribe to the $500,000 first close on April 16th. An additional $4 million in funding is to be raised until the offering draws to a close in April 2015. A total of ten unregistered securities offerings closed by the company raised an estimated $12.43 million.

Probiotic Holdings is the parent company of SCD Probiotics and Proviera Biotech. The company commercializes probiotic technology and products, ranging from wellness supplements to all purpose cleaners, designed to improve individual health and respect the environment. SCD Probiotics’ technology includes efficient and beneficial micro-organisms for human and animal health, aquaculture, environmental remediation, waste treatment, and odor control among others. Proviera Biotech markets innovative green biochemicals powered by probiotics for the leather tanning industry. The world health organization defines probiotics as “live micro-organisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host”.

The company is headquartered in Kansas City MO. Revenues on or below $25 million were reported by Probiotic Holdings.
The executive team includes Matthew Wood.

The company has raised an estimated total of $12.93 million via private unregistered security offerings.

Offering recap
Status: First close
Company: Probiotic Holdings
Industry: Other Technology
Amount offered: $4.5 million
Amount placed: $500,000
First sale: 04-16-2014
Data as of: 05-01-2014


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