Meal Kits, Wait-Free Dining, Helping Feed Hungry Kids and More

Meal Kits, Wait-Free Dining, Helping Feed Hungry Kids and More

The Future Of DoorDash Is Turning Delivery Into A Platform

Turning delivery into a platform! For this meal-on-demand startup, the next logistics challenge is bigger orders such as catered events. And long term, a lot more than that.

Allset – Enjoy A Hassle Free Dining Experience At Your Favourite Restaurant

Allset, based in San-Francisco creates a wait-free dining experience so that people can spend less time waiting and more time enjoying their food.

A restaurant-less food delivery start-up beloved by tech investors delivered 1 million meals in a year

This food startup is different from other food-centric companies and doesn’t considers itself a delivery startup per se, but instead a food company that uses delivery as the vehicle through which customers can enjoy its food.

Big Food Brands Elbow Their Way Into the Meal Kit Space

Startup meal kits and ecommerce in general are beginning to gobble up some of big food’s profit margins. And now these big-food companies are hunting new ways to wrest back profit by working with online couriers to develop their own mail-order services.

This food delivery startup is helping to feed hungry kids, 5 meals at a time

“Tis the season for giving back! This delivery startup, already known for donating one meal to hungry children with every order placed on its platform is kicking it up a notch.

Square is doubling down on food delivery with its purchase of a Philadelphia startup

Square’s latest acquisition of Main Line Delivery, an 8-year-old startup that delivers food to the main line region of Philadelphia, proves the company’s food delivery business isn’t going anywhere.

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