NEW YORK, NY, CookUnity today announced the closing of a $15.5 million Series A investment round led by Fuel Venture Capital.
CookUnity, the Brooklyn-based food-tech company that introduced the first direct Chef-to-Consumer meal subscription platform, today announced the closing of a $15.5 million Series A investment round. Fuel Venture Capital led the investment round with participation from new and existing investors including seed round lead IDC Ventures. Jeff Ransdell, Founding Partner and Managing Director of Fuel Venture Capital, will join the board of directors.
CookUnity is the first chef-to-consumer platform, connecting a diverse group of talented chefs with food lovers to create an elevated at-home dining experience. A robust and ever-changing menu of over 300 meals represents the handcrafted work of more than 30 talented chefs focused on ingredient-driven flavor and culinary technique. Through a weekly subscription, consumers can select from a wide array of fully prepared dishes that feature sustainably-sourced proteins and seasonal produce. Believing that healthy food fuels stronger communities, CookUnity contributes to an ongoing partnership and donation with the Food Bank For New York City, the city's major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty across all five boroughs.
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