China's biggest ridesharing app has invested in its biggest food delivery startup.
China's O2O food delivery platforms have grown quickly - perhaps too quickly.
China's Ele.me has just announced a new B2B business called Youcai aimed at getting small restaurants the ingredients they need.
It’s been a big year for food delivery startups in India. 31 startups have raised US$161.5 million in investment capital in what has been called a US$6 billion ...
India’s Jugnoo, a startup that has apps for both auto ricksaw rides and food delivery, today revealed that it has raised US$5 million in series A funding. The i...
Homemade by Redmart went public in April, and saw over 1,000 meals being delivered to 800 Singaporean families in the span of just two weeks.
Between Dianping itself and a couple of other investments, Tencent has China’s growing food delivery sector on lockdown.
Ola, India’s top homegrown on-demand car service, is trying something new today with the launch of Ola Cafe.
Earlier restricted to mainly restaurants and cafes, delivery services in Pakistan are fast evolving.
Yet another Chinese food delivery startup raises funding. But in this crowded market, is US$500k really enough?
Online restaurant guide Zomato is expanding into the online food ordering business. The new service will allow users in India to place orders for meals from res...
Chinese food delivery startup found itself in hot water this week after a cheeky advertisement caught the ire of an older lady who doesn't think that joking abo...
This latest round is the largest in a string of large investments Ele.me has seen over the past couple of years.
This mobile-only startup delivers curated, healthy, and affordable lunch to office-goers.
A Chinese chicken delivery service has gotten attention from Sichuan investors for its spicy brand of WeChat-based ecommerce.
Seoul-based restaurant delivery app Baedal Minjeok has just raised a US$36 million series D funding round from US investment bank Goldman Sachs.
Office de Yasai provides refrigerators stocked full of fresh, domestically-grown veggies to help Japan’s overworked salarymen eat right.
Online food delivery service Daojia has pulled in US$50 million in series D funding from a major backer, the startup revealed today.
Rocket Internet’s Foodpanda announces its second funding of the year, it’s worth $60 million from several investors.