On-demand grocery startups like Gorilla are invading Europe right now, but although on-demand-everything is a bit outdated in the Bay Area, a new startup thinks it might be able to do something new.
Food Rocket says it has raised a $ 2 million investment round from the Angelsdek Group of Business Angels, including Altair Capital, Baring Vostok Fund, and Russia’s Yonder, Philip Bashan, who has joined as an investor and advisor.
Yes, well of course, this small startup is competing with DoorDash, Gopf, Instacart and Amazon Fresh. Maybe not in …
The startup says that using the company’s mobile app, users can order fresh groceries, ready-to-eat food and household items, which will be delivered within 10-15 minutes, which will be delivered to Soma, South Park, Mission Bay will be servicing Japantown. Hayes Valley, and others. The company hopes to open 150 ‘dark stores’ on the West Coast as part of its infrastructure.
Vitaly Alexandrov, CEO and co-founder of Food Rocket, said: “The level of competition in this market in the US is still manageable, which is why we have the opportunity to become leaders in the field of basic products and rapid delivery of home products . Goods. Our goal is to change the brick-and-mortar supermarket and the current habits of consumers regarding grocery shopping. “
What can we say Good luck?