Territory (Power Supply) helps active people live better by eating better. Through a network of distribution locations and in-home deliveries, Power Supply offers nutritious, tasty meals cooked by independent local chefs catering to a variety of diets and eating styles. With each ready-to-eat shipment, Power Supply’s platform gets smarter, controlling for variety and quality to keep customers coming back week after week.

Type
Private
HQ
Alexandria, US
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
33 (est)
Territory was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Alexandria, US
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Territory Office Locations

Territory has offices in Alexandria, Washington, Baltimore, Chicago and in 3 other locations
Alexandria, US (HQ)
1712 Mt Vernon Ave
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Territory Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$5 m

Latest funding size

$5 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Investors

Territory's latest funding round in February 2016 was reported to be $5 m. In total, Territory has raised $5 m

Territory Operating Metrics

May, 2017

Meals Served

2 m
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Territory News and Updates

Why change name now?

Since embarking on this nutty journey of renaming our company we’ve gotten this question plenty. And as much mystical, navel-gazey stuff as you see about branding these days, we sort of felt like we should have some fancier, more layered answer.

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A bald eagle landed on a Mariners pitcher's shoulder

The eagle has landed, on James Paxton's shoulder, in confused pregame routine at Twins home opener
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