Foodles raises another $10 million for its cloud canteen

By Romain Dillet

French startup Foodles is raising a $10 million funding round (€9 million). The company provides canteen-like services using connected fridges and daily deliveries.

Creadev, DN capital and Adelie are participating in today’s round. This isn’t just fresh capital as existing shareholder Elior is selling its shares in the company. Elior is a large catering and foodservice company — in some way, Elior and Foodles are competitors at a very different scale.

Foodles solves a specific issue for the French market. French companies have to subsidize lunch for their employees. They have two options — they can either open a canteen in the office or hand out meal vouchers to financially contribute to everyone’s lunch.

While big public companies usually work with a foodservice company, such as Elior, the upfront investment is too important for most small companies. Foodles addresses small companies with its full-stack solution.

When you sign up to Foodles, the company delivers connected fridges to your office. Every day, Foodles comes to your office to deliver 20 to 200 meals at once. By default, you get a handful of options.

Employees can then unlock the fridge by scanning a card, grab something and eat. They’re then …read more

Source:: Tech Crunch Funding and Exits

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