CHAPEL HILL – Seal the Seasons, which touts itself as the “farmer’s market in your freezer,” is well on its way to raising $300,000 from investors.

According to a securities filing this week, the company has raised $160,000 from four investors.

The capital comes in the form of debt.

To date, Seal the Seasons has gone the debt route to land funding, having secured $735,000 last year and more than $1 million since launch.

The company also won $10,000 after landing a $10,000 cash prize after participating in a Burt’s Bees startup event.

Seal the Seasons won the Natural Products Launchpad Prize from Burt’s Bees as well as a berth in the second cohort of startups selected for the accelerator program, which includes mentorship support.

 Launched in 2014, Seal the Seasons works to “bring local family farm produce–delicious blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and broccoli–to a frozen aisle near you.” It flash-freezes the produce.

Seal the Seasons partners with family-farms to freeze the best produce in season and sells these healthy fruits and vegetables to grocery stores every season of the year.

It now works with hundreds of stores.

Customers include Harris Teeter, Whole Foods, Ingles and Sprouts.