Believe it or not, Burrito Bonds are more than a PR stunt. Chilango aims to raise £1 million to expand from sales of the bonds over the next two months but could service up to £3 million of bonds if the deal proves popular. The chain had reached 37 percent of its initial goal by Thursday, just two days after the bond debuted. Investors must put in a minimum of £500 and coupons will be paid semi-annually, but unless you shell out the £10,000 you'll only get two measly vouchers for free burritos.
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