A social enterprise aimed at transforming Scottish “juice culture” hopes to reach a £10,000 crowdfunding target by tomorrow night.
Business start-up Bottle of Ginger plans to use derelict land to set up a community drinks company based in Bridgeton in the east end of Glasgow. It would consist of a micro-brewery and a series of urban micro-farms producing ingredients for a range of locally-made drinks free from artificial additives and refined sugar.
The crowdfunding campaign managed to raise £1250 within two hours of launching and also has won a pledge of £1750 from the Santander Changemaker Fund but is short of its stretch target.
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