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Kate Farms gains more liquidity, plans Carpinteria expansion

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Kate Farms Chairman and CEO Brett Matthews at the company’s Santa Barbara headquarters. (file photo) Two months after announcing it had raised $51 million in a Series B funding round, the Santa Barbara meal replacement company Kate Farms secured another $9 million in capital from new backer Main Street Advisors to close the round at…


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