ESPs containing Back to the Roots
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When was Back to the Roots founded?
Back to the Roots was founded in 2009.
Where is Back to the Roots's headquarters?
Back to the Roots's headquarters is located at 100 Webster Street, Oakland.
What is Back to the Roots's latest funding round?
Back to the Roots's latest funding round is Series D.
How much did Back to the Roots raise?
Back to the Roots raised a total of $43.81M.
Who are the investors of Back to the Roots?
Investors of Back to the Roots include S2G Ventures, Blake Mycoskie, Echo Capital Group, Agency of Trillions, Steve Hill and 26 more.
Who are Back to the Roots's competitors?
Competitors of Back to the Roots include Gotham Greens, IGS, Soli Organic, Agricool, Square Roots and 12 more.
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