Nutter Represents Wandering Bear, Inc. in $1 Million Credit FacilityPrint PDF
Nutter served as legal counsel to Wandering Bear, Inc., a cold brew coffee maker, in connection with a $1 million revolving line of credit facility from Assembled Brands Capital Funding, LLC. The legal team was led by Will Bernat, co-lead of Nutter’s Food and Beverage group.
Founded in 2014, Wandering Bear offers delicious, highly-caffeinated coffee delivered at home and at work. Based in New York, the company sells its cold brew in single-serve boxes, multi-service bag-in-box taps, and 5-gallon kegs. Through its growth, the company has stayed true to its promise of “organic, extra strong coffee, simply packaged, with personality.”
Nutter’s Food and Beverage group represents clients at every stage of growth, including brands, brand executives, retailers, enabling technology companies, angel investors, venture investors, private equity investors, and strategic investors. With a deep understanding of this marketplace, Nutter’s Food and Beverage group is an interdisciplinary team of lawyers with expertise in a wide variety of areas, including corporate organization and structuring; tax planning; angel, venture, and private equity financing; asset based, venture, and traditional lending; vendor, co-packing, and manufacturing arrangements; global distribution and licensing; warehousing and fulfillment; joint ventures; advertising and product placement; and much more.
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