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Meal replacement brand CTRL is launching a line of protein bars following its recent funding round. The startup plans to use the capital to expand its retail footprint, boost retail visibility and extend product lines.
The deal, which was announced June 18, marks the first time that FaZe Clan, founded in 2010, will act as a co-owner with another company.
As I described in my final story, I usually do not create about this sort of firm, as meal-replacement shakes are not revolutionary. But cultural adjustments are afoot that make this an intriguing move, as effectively as the reality that esports organization Faze Clan has invested in Ctrl, which has observed powerful development as a brand considering that finding began in late 2019.
Featuring roots in the video game and streaming community, Ctrl’s products contain proteins, carbohydrates, fiber, healthy fats, naturally occurring BCAA’s, more than 22 vitamins and minerals, prebiotic fiber, MCT’s and digestive enzymes, the company said.
Former Green Bay Packers NFL player and current Lakeland University esports head coach Ahman Green has been appointed as a brand ambassador for meal replacement company CTRL.
CTRL, the meal replacement startup, has announced that the world’s most prominent and influential gaming organization FaZe Clan has taken an ownership stake in CTRL.
CTRL, the fast-growing meal replacement startup, today announced a nationwide retail deal with The Vitamin Shoppe, establishing a presence in over 750 stores.
Rick Ross has lost over 100 lbs throughout his career. Standing in the kitchen of his expansive Miami home, the rapper takes us on a tour of his gym and fridge to give an inside look on how he’s keeping in shape.
FaZe Clan is expanding its influence on the esports market today by taking an ownership stake in MLG co-founder Sundance DiGiovanni’s new nutrition brand, CTRL.
CTRL, the fast-growing meal replacement brand, just launched new Meal On-The-Go Bars, marking the company’s expansion into functional foods. In addition to growing its product line, CTRL recently closed a friends and family funding round.
CTRL is one of the most popular game companies I cover because it doesn''t make games. Instead, it makes food in the form of meal-replacement shakes and other healthy lifestyle foods for gamers and content creators.
This marks the company’s expansion into functional foods following a friends and family investment round.
Influx of capital from industry heavyweights and move into functional foods marks evolution in brand spearheading healthier alternatives for gaming, streaming, and digital creator community
The bars launch is the company's first foray into functional foods.
Gaming brand CTRL, which makes balanced and nutritious products as opposed to energy and focus-fueling supplements, recently came out with an edible item in the Meal On-The-Go Bar.
CTRL is one of the more unusual game companies I cover because it doesn’t make games. Instead, it makes food in the form of meal-replacement shakes and other healthy lifestyle food for gamers and content creators.