Sayurbox has raised venture financing from a group of investors, including Unitus Impact, Insignia Ventures Partners, and others.

The investment provided by the investors ranges between $0.2m and $0.3m.

Unitus Impact and Insignia Ventures Partners Fund are venture capital firms based in the US and Singapore, respectively, while Sayurbox is an Indonesian fresh produce distribution platform.

Mobile Go has raised CNY60m ($9.37m) in a Series A funding round led by Hillhouse Capital Management with participation from GSR Ventures, Didi Chuxing, and IDG Capital.

Mobile Go is a snack boxes provider for cabs, while Hillhouse Capital Management is a venture capital firm.

All the entities involved in the deal are based in China.

Karlovarske Mineralni Vody (KMV) has agreed to acquire PepsiCo’s food and beverage operations in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia, making it the exclusive franchiser and distributor in the regions.

KMV is a mineral and spring water producer, distributor and exporter based in the Czech Republic, while PepsiCo is a food and beverage products manufacturer based in the US.

The deal is expected to expand KMV’s operations in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia, and increase the company’s annual turnover.

“The deal is expected to expand KMV’s operations in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia, and increase the company’s annual turnover.”

Quickfood plans to raise $13m through a public offering of notes due 2019 and bearing a coupon rate of 4.25% a year.

The company has also announced plans to raise $10.3m through a public offering of notes due 2021.

Based in Argentina, Quickfood is a processed food producer and a subsidiary of Brazilian food company BRF SA.

Evolve Brands has agreed to acquire the Gorilly Goods brand from Reallygoods LLC and the Supernola brand from Smart Fuels LLC.

The company plans to consolidate both companies and market the brands through traditional and emerging channels.

Evolve Brands is a health-focused snack holding company, while Reallygoods is a seller and producer of snacks and Smart Fuels LLC is an alternative energy company.

All companies involved in the deal are based in the US.

Lithuanian organic food producer AUGA group AB (formerly known as Agrowill Group AB) has agreed to raise €20m ($24.48m) through a public offering of shares.

The company plans to use the proceeds to fund acquisitions and towards business expansion.