Here are some food-tech start-ups in India that will make your festive season super delicious and relaxed.
Everyone is eagerly waiting for this time of the year. It’s the festive season! The second half of the year embarks with festivity with Dushera, Diwali, Christmas or New Year. Festival is all about meeting friends, family, get together and unlimited fun around. And of course, how can one forget scrumptious food. In today’s world, digitalization has made it possible to have food at one click without hampering the fun. One can see the various restaurant, cuisine at one place & get the favourite food cuisine from anywhere.
Here, we are sharing the key food-tech start-ups that will make your festive season super delicious
Zomato is an Indian restaurant aggregator and food delivery startup founded in 2008. It was started by Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah. It provides information, menus and user-reviews of restaurants, and has food delivery options from partner restaurants in select cities. As of 2016, the service is available in 24 countries.
Dineout is India’s largest dining out and restaurant tech solutions platform in B2C and B2B front with InResto&Torqus, processing more than 20M diners and $800M worth of transactions for its partner restaurants across its network of 40,000 restaurants in 17 cities, providing a collective savings of more than $100M on restaurant bills annually.
The features include restaurant discovery, table reservations, the widest range of offers and cashback earnings using the payments feature of the app - Dineout Pay
Hoi foods operate a family of Cloud Kitchens with multiple locations in Gurgaon and Delhi- NCR. Cloud Kitchens, also known as Ghost Kitchens or Virtual Kitchens, have no physical location for pick-up or seated dining but operate exclusively through food-delivery marketplaces. All Hoi meals are made for delivery, from the design of the recipe to the packaging.
Founded in 2014, Swiggy is based out of Bangalore, India and, as of March 2019, was operating out of 100 Indian cities. In early 2019, Swiggy expanded into general product deliveries, under the brand name Swiggy Stores.
Magicpin is the platform where users and merchants in a locality discover, interact, and transact. For merchants, they are the go-to platform for spotlighting their uniqueness while boosting their revenues and utilization through real-time promotions, loyalty programs, and content updates.
Uber Eats is a food delivery platform powered by Uber. They promote restaurant menus through the Uber Eats app, website, and various other channels. Upon receiving an order, the restaurant preps it as normal while Uber sends a delivery partner to pick it up and deliver it, fast.