L.A.-Based Lemon Perfect Relocating To Atlanta

Cold-pressed lemon drink company is setting up shop in the Stockyards development
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Lemon Perfect, a California-based company centered around a line of cold-pressed lemon waters, is moving their office from Los Angeles to a space within the Stockyards development at 956 Brady Ave NW. 

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“I was looking for a city with great culture and diversity; a fantastic airport; a business-friendly environment; big sports; product-market fit (which we have found at Publix) and, above all, a place that we felt like we could make a meaningful impact in the community and truly call home,” company CEO Yanni Hufnagel told What Now Atlanta. 

The company’s certified-organic, five-calorie beverage comes in four flavors —dragonfruit mango, blueberry açaí, peach raspberry and straight-to-the-point lemon — and is packed with antioxidants and electrolytes. Lemon Perfect purports that organic lemons ease digestion, boost the immune system, clear skin, promote heart health and have a slew of other healing and preventative properties.

In August of last year, the company raised over $6 million toward its expansion, calling upon investors in the entertainment industry and venture capitalists for funding. On January 9, the company set forth on another fundraising initiative via a new equity offering, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and have raised over $15 million toward an $18 million dollar goal thus far.

Lemon Perfect is currently in permitting with the City of Atlanta for its new offices. Building out the 4,828 square-foot space is expected to cost $125,000, according to the application filed by Square Feet Studio Wednesday.

Christina Coulter

Christina Coulter is an eager journalist from Connecticut with dogged tenacity and the sensibilities of a small-town reporter. Before and after graduating from Marist College in 2017, Christina covered local news for a slew of publications in the Northeast, including The Wilton Bulletin, the Millbrook Independent, The Kingston Times, The New Paltz Times and the Rockland Times. For nearly four years before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Christina was the lead reporter for The Saugerties Times, living and breathing the goings-on of the 20,000-strong Hudson Valley community. Christina weathered the pandemic in Atlanta, where she got a taste for the city's people and flavors. After a brief stint covering news in Connecticut and New York once more with The Daily Voice, Christina was taken on by What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles, where she aims to unweave the intricacies of both cities' bright restaurant communities.
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