A bite-size digital business magazine from DraytonPartners
Fast Track

GOLDEN FUTURES? – The five companies competing for ‘Startup of the Year’ at the Grocer Gold Awards

The Grocer Gold Awards are back in London on the 5th of October.

The Grocer Gold Awards are back in London on the 5th of October. For those fascinated by the industry’s future, ‘Startup of the Year’ is a category to keep an eye on.

Here is a brief introduction to the five competitors:

  1. Hun Wine: Canned wine with attitude. Hun source “premium quality wine from South Africa” to create “the UK's first Fairtrade wine in a can.”

  2. Moo to You: The local milkman is back. In the form of a kind of Delivermoo. Moo to You supply “fresh local milk and produce, without fuss, to local people.”

  3. Lyre’s: Lyre’s range of lovingly crafted non-alcoholic spirits is “borne from a quest to make the impossible possible.”

  4. Offblak: Carbon-negative tea that tastes delicious. Offblak are on a purpose-led mission to “brew together to a sustainable future.”

  5. Plant Power: Plant Power are aiming to make their meat-replacement tempeh “the go-to meat alternative for plant-curious Brits.”

Five great businesses, but which one will win?

Extract from Human Capital – Drayton’s business magazine.

Previous Articles

2nd December 2022

Why Start ups sometimes stop

30th November 2022

Naked Wines Stripped Bare

8th November 2022

How to build a billion dollar sportswear brand

4th October 2022

WHATS NEXT FOR NEXT?

1st November 2022

KIMFLUENCING THE CITY