Next-generation fast food: yummy meals delivered in 10 minutes.
You can scratch what you heard just a few months ago about the end of SpoonRocket because its new owner, Brazil-based iFood, is bringing it back. Well, sort of.
SpoonRocket, the on-demand food delivery startup that shut down yesterday in the U.S., has a buyer. That buyer is Brazil-based iFood, a food delivery platform looking to dominate the on-demand economy in Latin America, as well as other emerging economies. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
From now through the end of Halloween, SpoonRocket — the delivery service that brings ready-made meals to the curb within minutes — is saving San Franciscans from a candy catastrophe by expanding its offerings to include Milky Ways, Twix and other bite-sized chocolates. It’s candy, delivered on demand.
SpoonRocket, the meal delivery service revolutionizing fast food, will deliver its millionth meal this week, more than two years after launching its on-demand service in the Bay Area. The company will celebrate the milestone throughout the week by rewarding one deserving customer and charity.
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From August 17-21, SpoonRocket, the on-demand meal delivery service revolutionizing fast food, will treat customers to a free IT’S-IT ice cream sandwich with any SpoonRocket order placed, delivered within 15 minutes to their curb. SpoonRocket will continue treating customers over the weekend, with free cheesecake on Saturday and chocolate chip cookies on Sunday with every meal order.
SpoonRocket, an SF on-demand meal delivery start-up, is adding even more convenience for customers by providing a new way to purchase good meals, fast. The company announced today that it now accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment.
SpoonRocket, a FundersClub-backed food delivery startup, has recently recruited a data scientist to assist with the expansion of the company to other cities on the US west coast.
SpoonRocket, the Berkeley-based purveyor of hot, healthy foods on demand, is gearing up to launch in San Francisco next week. Unlike others, SpoonRocket promises hot meals delivered in less than 15 minutes for a mere $6 flat — the lowest price in the category, giving it a significant competitive edge.
With school back in swing, UC Berkeley students are now joining the ranks of customers already ordering organic, hormone-free meals for about $6. The Berkeley-based company SpoonRocket, which has been in business since June 26, was founded by UC Berkeley graduates Steven Hsiao and Anson Tsui. The two hired chef David Cramer, who whips up two choices every day — one meat option and one vegetarian or vegan option. Orders can be placed by phone or online from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.
There's a new business in town whose name, SpoonRocket, suggests the duality of food and speed, letting customers know they'll get meals delivered quickly. Founders and UC Berkeley graduates Anson Tsui and Steven Hsiao have developed a model that promises to deliver healthy, organic meals to your door in 10 minutes or less.
Fledgling food-delivery startups using new communications technologies are changing the dining experience for some diners. DoorDash, SpoonRocket and GrubHub Seamless each offer a different approach to delivering food fast and at reasonable prices.
The best and brightest of Silicon Valley crowded into the Computer History Museum today for Y Combinator’s demo day. Forty-nine of the tech scene’s most promising startups presented their businesses to the crowd with the hope of attracting investors’ attention and term sheets. The lobby swarmed with venture capitalists in expensive button-down shirts and loafers, scruffy entrepreneurs in T-shirts, and an assortment of celebrities, like Ashton Kutcher and Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana.
SpoonRocket's model is compelling: The service promises delivery (currently to Berkeley and Emeryville) of $6 meals in an average of 10 minutes. How's the food? So far, Chowhounds say it's pretty good, and that the braised or slow-cooked meats are probably your best bet.
A startup called SpoonRocket is delivering $6 healthy gourmet meals to hungry people in San Francisco's East Bay. What kind of gourmet meals? How does braised pork with red onion and white cheddar wrapped in white corn tortillas baked in red chile sauce and served with black beans and Spanish rice sound? That's an item on today's menu.