Amid hyper growth and high expectations, India’s food startups are hitting speed bumps.
Zomato’s launch follows that of Rocket Internet’s Foodpanda and only means one thing: the rivalry between the two will heat up more.
Some of India’s food startups are struggling to expand – or even survive. But that’s not stopping new ones popping up.
Jiyo Natural raised funding from Indian Angels Network to personalize healthy meals.
Not long after arriving in Shanghai, Simon Vogel realized that his goal of opening a restaurant wasn’t going to happen as planned. “It’s much more difficult to ...
CookPad’s Cucumbertown connects food bloggers to a global platform where they can post recipes and gain followers.
Local, on-demand web services are booming in China right now - and tech giants and rushing to catch up as ecommerce goes hyperlocal.
Nakamura Hitoshi’s restaurants struggled with managing reservations. So he founded a startup to fix a problem that’s a daily nightmare for fancy restaurants.
China’s biggest meal delivery startup, Ele.me (which means “Are you hungry?”), today revealed that it has secured US$630 million in series F funding.
Bangalore-based food portal Delight Foods allows users to buy famous Indian food brands from across the country.
Chinese ecommerce giant JD was one of the investors to buy into this week's $30M series B round in Xiachufang, an online cooking community that is also becoming...
The ‘magic box’ of Being Chef comprises of all the processed ingredients in the required quantity, with the recipe. All you need to do is cook.
Once the food industry in India caught on to social media, it sparked an interesting exchange of ideas and information. Up until 10 years ago, most local foodie...
BoxGreen is focusing for the moment on the Singapore market, where the co-founding team is based.
Once again, Amazon is slower than Alibaba and its many Chinese rivals.
MySnappyCart set out to be the Instacart of Hong Kong, but the city is proving to be a whole different animal than those tamed in the West.
FruitDay claims to be the largest fresh produce etailer in China by revenue, and it expects to have more than 10 million users this year.
One of the co-founders at Eatigo calls the startup an "anti-Groupon". Is this the best way to shake up the restaurant industry and give eaters discounts?
Location-based food ordering service TinyOwl, which raised $16 million two months ago, today flew from Mumbai into other Indian cities.