Calling all food start-ups: Just Eat has launched its second food tech accelerator
Online takeaway giant on the hunt for food tech start-ups that have the potential to transform the industry from “Farm to Fork to Bin”
Just Eat, the global online takeaway platform, has announced the opening of applications for the second phase of its three-month food technology accelerator programme.
Just Eat is on the lookout for another batch of ambitious start-ups that have the potential to “transform the food industry from “Farm to Fork to Bin”.
This could involve anything from reducing food waste and improving transparency in supply chains, to sustainable packaging and eco-friendly delivery options.
The programme will culminate in a demo day where the finalists will have chance to pitch their ideas to an “invite only” room of investors
The first phase of the programme selected five start-ups including Shoreditch-based real-time restaurant deals platform CityMunch and London-based chef supplies app Go Kart to receive 10 weeks of mentorship, networking and £20,000 funding in return for a 5% stake in their business.
Apply for the Just Eat food tech accelerator here.