Dublin food company is sweet on low-sugar snacks and goods

3rd June, 2018
Denise and Robert Hallam, founders of 250kal Pic: Eugene Lanagan

Dublin food company 250Kal has closed a €400,000 funding round with investors including state agency Enterprise Ireland and private sources. The company was established three years ago by siblings Robert and Denise Hallam,

The company will launch a new range of low-calorie baked goods made with natural alternatives to sugar this year for the retail and convenience snack markets.

The Hallams came up with the idea for 250Kal ten years ago after Robert was diagnosed...

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