Delhi-based food delivery startup, EasyKhaana, has reportedly raised $100K in an angel round of funding from a private investor.
The amount will be used to expand its delivery regions and further strengthen its logistics setup and technology platform.
With a combination of food, technology and logistics, the company owns the complete delivery supply chain, including a centralized kitchen in New Delhi, with plans to open a new one in Gurgaon soon.
The company directly competes with corporate canteens and dabbawalas, who operate out of an unorganized sector. However, the company is confident of the quality of food and delivery.
“Our food and the disposable hygienic packaging differentiate us from rest. Our aim is to create an enriching experience for the user. The whole process is aimed at making the user feel at ease. One can place an order on our website in less than 30 seconds,” Aayush Anand, founder and CEO of EasyKhaana said.
The online food delivery sector is currently poised at $2 billion and growing at 30-40 per cent annually, as per industry estimates.