SEATTLE — Snack maker SkinnyDipped has raised $12 million in a Series A funding round supported by a number of notable names in sports and entertainment.

Founded by mother-daughter duo Val and Breezy Griffith, SkinnyDipped offers a collection of lightly coated cashews, almonds and peanuts and low-sugar chocolate confections that are sold in more than 25,000 stores nationwide, including Target, Walmart and Kroger. The funding will be used to continue retail expansion, including new rollouts in Costco and Publix, and drive new product development.

“Our journey to this milestone has been challenging, energizing and full of passion from all involved,” said Breezy Griffith, chief executive officer. “But the real gift has been my discovery of just how much consumer, industry and investor sentiment exists for SkinnyDipped, for which I’m so grateful and proud. Our eclectic and diverse portfolio of investors blows my mind — from A-list artists to uber-athletes — there’s just this crazy love for the brand across the board.”

The Series A funding round was led by Miami-based hospitality entrepreneur David Grutman, with participation by dozens of individual investors, including Amy Schumer, Mark Wahlberg, Becky G, Post Malone, Tan France, Odell Beckham Jr., Frances Tiafoe, Alesso, Kevin Durant, Kaskade, Steve Aoki, Marshmello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Shep Gordon, Mack Maine, Bruno Soares, Rebeca León, Two Friends, Isabela Grutman, Ryan Tedder, Loren Ridinger, Sal XO, Joel McHale, Gary Brecka, Charissa Davidovici, Guy Oseary, Rich Kleinman, Mo Shalizi, Zepito and others.

“I am really impressed by what Breezy and Val and the SkinnyDipped team have achieved,” said Mr. Grutman, an owner and partner in several restaurants and nightclubs. “What they’ve created is amazing. They make the best snacks ever, first of all, and they continue to impress me with all sides of the business. I’m excited to lead this round, and I’m even more excited for what these investors and I are about to do together.