The startup enables users to create their meal from variety of 40 items daily according to their diet, budget and taste
Mr. Hot Foods, a food delivery startup in India, has raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding from IvyCamp, an initiative of IvyCap Venture that leverages the Global Alumni Network to help entrepreneurs be successful.
Pawan Raj Kumar, an active startup investor, has invested in this round.
Founded in 2014, Mr Hot Foods is a foodtech startup that enables users to create their meal from variety of 40 items daily according to their diet, budget and taste. Items consist of home-styled vegetables, breads, rices, beverages and snacks in small and modular packaging
All the containers are 100 per cent food grade- and microwave-friendly, allowing consumers to store them for a long time and reheat without hassle whenever you require.
The company is currently operational in Kota and Indore (Rajasthan).
“Mr Hot foods is solving a very big problem that is faced by many young Indians when they study and work away from home. They are looking for options of homely food. At the same time, they are focussed on addressing the needs of the small kitchens that make good simple food but lack the bandwidth to reach out to these customers. I truly believe that with India’s huge young and migratory population, Mr Hot foods has touched the right chord in the business of food service and delivery,” said Pawan Raj Kumar.
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