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Green Zebra lands part of $2.2M funding round

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Friday, May 24, 2013

Portland's planned healthy convenience store chain Green Zebra Grocery has landed $1.1M of its first funding round.

The company filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission indicating it made the offering’s first sale on May 8. The documents also indicate the round won’t last longer than a year.

Sedlar told Sustainable Business Oregon in January that she’d wanted to put $1 million into opening the first Green Zebra store, at the corner of Lombard and Peninsular in North Portland’s Kenton neighborhood.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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