MonkeyBox acquires food delivery startup

28 December 2017 | News | By NFS Correspondent

MonkeyBox Food Tech Pvt. Ltd, which is backed by Blume Ventures, has acquired 75 In A Box in an all-stock deal.

 

Founded by Chetan Pal, Dinakar Raju, Jayesh Sada and Veeraraghavan Vasudevan in August 2016, Bengaluru-based 75 In A Box delivers healthy food to offices.

 

MonkeyBox Food Tech, which delivers nutritious food to school children in Bengaluru, was planning to expand their product offering to adults. 75 In A Box will continue to operate under the same brand, but will be a subsidiary of MonkeyBox.

 

The subscription model will be available in five-day and 22-day format, and will comprise breakfast, lunch and snacks.

 

75 in A Box had not only been providing curated world cuisine for fitness enthusiasts, but also healthy food for people with normal diets. The startup was also active on food delivery platforms such as Zomato and Swiggy.

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