There’s a new food delivery service for people who have no time to cook or are tired of ordering the same bad-for-you fast food.
Y Combinator-backed food delivery startup SpoonRocket are making meat and vegetarian gourmet meals affordable for everyone and they are delivering these meals to their customers in just a few minutes after ordering.
SpoonRocket’s mission is to change the way people regard fast food. The company serves one meat and vegetarian meal each day and they only use organic produce and all-natural, free-range, anti-biotic and growth hormone free meat. A meal costs only $6 and, according to founder Anson Tsui, the average delivery time is ten minutes. People are calling it ‘fast food 2.0.’
The startup has executive chef David B. Cramer as the mastermind behind their gourmet meals. The company delivers the food in trucks equipped with heaters to keep the food fresh.
SpoonRocket currently delivers to Berkeley and Emeryville area, but the company is already looking to expand to San Francisco and the Silicon Valley.