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Update: Killer Creamery scoops up $1.5M from private investors

Last week, BoiseDev told you about growing healthy ice cream company, Killer Creamer.

Today, the growing business confirmed it received $1.5 million from private investors in the consumer packaged goods space.

“I think they see the opportunity for what we are presenting and we have a very innovative product,” founder Louis Armstrong said.

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Armstrong said they rolling out a new product in 2021: a low carb and low sugar ice cream sandwich.

“The funding allows us to launch the sandwich and go out and market these products nationwide,” he said.

Killer Creamery’s ice cream pints have only two to three net carbs and zero added sugar.

“We are trying to craft these products so there is not sacrifice to the taste and that’s why i think people are investing.”

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With a small team of four, Armstrong said he plans to grow in 2021.

This round of funding was oversubscribed. “It will nice to have the money to keep growing and tell people what we are doing.”

This month, Killer Creamery also started selling products on Amazon.

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Anna Daly Gamboa is a reporter for BoiseDev. She's an Emmy-wining former producer, and a professor at the College of Western Idaho. Contact her at [email protected].

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