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About Oddbox

Oddbox is a company focused on reducing food waste in the agriculture sector. It offers subscription-based delivery services of boxes filled with fruits and vegetables that are considered 'too wonky' or 'too many' for traditional retail. The company primarily serves the food and beverage industry. It was founded in 2016 and is based in London, England.

Headquarters Location

Flat 5, 155 Endlesham Road

London, England, SW12 8JN,

United Kingdom

020 3318 4987



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Latest Oddbox News

Top 50 innovative spirits launches of 2023: 30-21

Jan 10, 2024

Top 50 innovative spirits launches of 2023: 30-21 10 January 2024 By Rupert Hohwieler A savoury blended Scotch and a cacao Cognac feature in the third instalment of our most innovative spirits launches list. 2023 saw a number of innovative releases in the spirits industry There were also innovations for smaller categories, including a non-clouding absinthe and some zero-ABV cocktail bitters. Keep scrolling to see the second part of our top 50 innovative spirits launches of 2023, counting down from 30 to 21. 30. Johnnie Walker Blue Label Elusive Umami Johnnie Walker partnered with Michelin-starred chef Kei Kobayashi to release this umami-forward version of its Blue Label whisky. They drew the whisky from one in 25 casks, selected from the reserves at the height of their maturation to bring out the umami profile. 29. Pax 44 Portafortuna’s VS Cognac was matured in Limousin oak and rested in Port barrels, with raw, fermented, and solid cacao nibs added. The brand’s founder, Owen James, said: “The challenge of the drink was to introduce a Port influence into the powerful and dominant Cognac.” 28. Crafter’s Sensory Potions Estonian distiller Liviko wanted to elevate cocktails with this range of gin sprays . The sprays are made with extracts of essential oils distilled from the botanicals used in the production of Crafter’s Gin, and come in three aromas: London Dry, Aromatic Flower and Wild Forest. 27. Coya 1615 Macerado Peruvian restaurant Coya partnered with Pisco 1615 to develop a fresh take on South American spirit pisco. The world’s first bottled passion fruit pisco infusion is made with passion fruit pulp and has floral, fruity notes, ideal for creating cocktails without purées or sugary liqueurs. 26. Devil’s Botany London Absinthe This ‘rebellious’ style of absinthe from the UK’s Devil’s Botany does not cloud when diluted with water, unlike the traditional green versions. It was created using the same strict regulations that define a London Dry gin, alongside green anise, fennel seed, peppermint and lemon balm. 25. Seasn Seedlip founder Ben Branson wanted the world to “drink better”, so he created Pollen Projects , the world’s first venture studio dedicated to non-alcoholic drinks and moderation. Seasn is the first product from the studio, a pair of zero-ABV cocktail bitters, Seasn Light and Seasn Dark, which the brand describes as ‘salt and pepper’ for drinks. 24. Renais Siblings Alex and Emma Watson (of Harry Potter fame) created a gin from leftover grapes from their family’s vineyard in France. The neat spirit is combined with Kimmeridgian rock and a pinch of rock salt to replicate the mineral and slightly saline flavour of Chablis grapes . 23. Method and Madness Garryana Oak Method and Madness achieved a category first when it released an Irish whiskey finished in Quercus Garryana white oak casks. The oak is native to the Pacific Northwest, and is considered rare and distinctive, giving the whiskey a unique, complex and spicy profile. 22. Penrhos x Oddbox cucumber & apple gin Fruit and vegetable subscription service Oddbox found an unlikely way to save its old cucumbers and apples when English producer Penrhos called to help it make a gin. Made using ‘wonky’ apples and cucumbers rescued by Oddbox, it comes in 100%-recycled aluminium bottles. 21. Alma Finca Casa Lumbre sought to make Margaritas fully Mexican with its orange liqueur , designed to be used in the cocktail. To make the 40% ABV liqueur, the Mexican spirits producer took fruit and spices from the Yucatán Peninsula, macerating each ingredient separately for five days. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Subscribe

Oddbox Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Oddbox founded?

    Oddbox was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Oddbox's headquarters?

    Oddbox's headquarters is located at Flat 5, 155 Endlesham Road, London.

  • What is Oddbox's latest funding round?

    Oddbox's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Oddbox raise?

    Oddbox raised a total of $26.13M.

  • Who are the investors of Oddbox?

    Investors of Oddbox include Seedrs, Mercia Asset Management, Burda Principal Investments and Tech Nation.

  • Who are Oddbox's competitors?

    Competitors of Oddbox include Farmy and 6 more.


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Chaqula provides an ecommerce platform for grocerries. The company retails fruits and vegetables from farmers directly to the consumers. It was founded in 2005 and is based in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Vinder provides a peer-to-peer marketplace. The company helps to connect home growers of fruits and vegetables to fellow community members wanting to purchase local, organic produce. It was formerly known as Veggie Vinder. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Austin, Texas.

HAC Agri

HAC Agri specializes in Controlled Atmospheric (CA) storage for fruits and vegetables within the agricultural sector. The company offers CA storage solutions to enhance the shelf life and maintain the quality of high-end fruits and vegetables without using additives or preservatives. HAC Agri serves the agricultural sector by providing fresh and hygienic produce to both national and international customers. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Apeel develops plant-derived solutions for fresh food providers. It aims to increase the lifespan of harvested fruits and vegetables even without refrigeration. It was founded in 2012 and is based in Goleta, California.


RipeLocker specializes in extending the post-harvest life of perishables. Its low-atmosphere containers are used for storing and shipping fresh produce and flowers. It extends the post-harvest life by weeks and months. The RipeLocker containers are pallet-sized, made from recycled materials, and are reusable. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Bainbridge Island, Washington.


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