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ReciPal does the boring nutrition label work and lets food entrepreneurs get back to what they really love, by enabling startups to generate affordable – $19 or less per recipe – nutrition labels in minutes.
A new start-up that allows customers to order food from London’s top restaurants and chefs and have it delivered to their home has raised more than £310,000 in an oversubscribed Crowdcube pitch.
The comapny raised a $4 Million plus investment fund to Support food entrepreneurs. Exo Cricket-Flour Protein Bars, Jaali Bean Indian Side Dishes, KOLAT Nut-Butter Spreads, Whynatte Caffeinated Beverage comprise its first class.
RedMart, an online grocery service based in Singapore, announced today that it has closed a $5.4 million bridge round led by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin.
Macmillan has acquired cookbook and recipe Web site Cookstr. Founded in 2008 by Katie Workman and Will Schwalbe, Cookstr has reached as many as eight million unique visitors a month via its own consumer-facing recipe web site, as well as powering recipe searches in partnership with other organizations.