7 Food Delivery Startups to Watch
What's for dinner?
Food delivery startups are having a moment and venture capitalists are making big bets on them.
"Part of the reason you’re seeing all these VCs get interested in this is the food industry is not only massive, but like the energy industry, it is terribly broken in terms of its impact on the environment, health, animals," Josh Tetrick, founder and chief executive of San Francisco-based Hampton Creek Foods, a startup making egg alternatives, told The New York Times.
Venture capital firms also have realized that consumers want more sophisticated dining experiences and are willing to pay for them. Here are seven delivery startups trying to disrupt your dinner.