The crunchy savoy chips of the two founders of Heimatgut from Hamburg are not only a healthy snack enjoyed by many Germans, but also the jury of Germany’s reality TV show “Die Höhle der Löwen”. Aryan Moghaddam and Maurice Fischer will now be receiving 125,000 euro of funds from Jochen Schweizer. For his investment, the 58 year-old former stuntman, founder and CEO of the eponymous international corporate group will be given a 15 per cent share in the company. Another jury member of the TV show was Vural Öger, CEO of V.Ö. Travel and founder and former CEO of Öger Tours, who is operating his group from Hamburg.
Company Development and Expansion Secured
The savoy chips produced by the two school friends Moghaddam and Fischer are a brainchild of an experiment, when the two were looking for a healthy snack between meals. With their vegan and gluten-free chips well received by family and friends, the Hamburg entrepreneurs founded their startup and called it “Heimatgut”, local goods. While several dehydrator machines have been drying savoy around the clock, a professional packaging machines had still been missing. Now, the fresh funds collected at the show will be used to finance the 125,000 investment.