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Mojo Organics raised $835,000 in equity at first close

mojo organicsMojo Organics reported selling 83% or $835,000 of a new unregistered private offering. A total of eight investors subscribed on February 27th to the company’s $1 million non-brokered equity financing. Based on the offering’s structure, the company has until February 2015 to raise an extra $167,000. Two previous unregistered financing rounds raised an estimated $1.45 million. The company trades over the counter under the symbol “MOJO”.

The company develops, produces, markets and distributes “Chiquita Tropicals” fruit juice. The 100% fruit juice beverage is produced under a license agreement from Chiquita Brands. The beverage is made with  Rainforest Alliance Certified fruits and has zero added sugar, no preservatives, is naturally low sodium, vegan, naturally gluten free, non-genetically modified, and kosher.

The company, headquartered in Jersey City NJ, is led by Glenn Simpson (CEO). Mojo Organics elected to keep its revenues undisclosed.
The board of directors includes Jeffrey A Devlin and Richard X Seet.

In a concurrent filing, Mojo Organics disclosed having raised $1 million in a fully subscribed offering.
The company has raised an estimated total of $3.29 million via private unregistered security offerings.

Offering recap
Status: First close
Company: Mojo Organics
Industry: Manufacturing
Amount offered: $1 million
Amount placed: $835,000
First sale: 02-27-2014
Data as of: 03-14-2014


Juicing restaurant chain completes $200,000 equity financing

Greenleaf Juicing Company, LLC raised $200,000 in equity from one investor. This brings the estimated amount raised to $260,000 via debt and equity issuance. No placement agent was used in conjunction with the financing events.

The company offers an extensive menu of juices, smoothies and soups made with fresh, organic fruits and vegetables sourced locally whenever available. The company has currently two locations in Portland, OR. Each juice contains two pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables nothing more. Juices cost $5.95 while soups go for $6.50. The company recently started to sell fresh cold pressed juices in 16oz bottles that last up to 72 hours.

Greenleaf, is located in Portland, OR and was founded in April 2011 by Garret Flynn and Matthew Trenkle.