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  • ZeroCater Rides The Wave Of Food To Launch In New York City

    ZeroCater Rides The Wave Of Food To Launch In New York City

    Here at TechCrunch, we're big fans of ZeroCater, the YC-backed startup which reduces the hassle of providing lunch to your employees. Until recently, ZeroCater was only available in the San Francisco Bay Area, but that's changed, as the startup has just launched service in New York City. There, it hopes to capture customers in what is the largest corporate catering market in the United States. Read More

  • From Selling Scoops Of Ice Cream To Founding ZeroCater

    From Selling Scoops Of Ice Cream To Founding ZeroCater

    Editor's note: Arram Sabeti is CEO of ZeroCater. Five years ago I moved to the Bay Area because I wanted to start a company. I came here armed with that single goal and the education of a dozen Paul Graham essays. To me, determination has an almost magical quality. I’d always felt that with enough of it I could do absolutely anything. Read More

  • ZeroCater Raises $1.5 Million For No-Hassle Office Lunches

    ZeroCater Raises $1.5 Million For No-Hassle Office Lunches

    Apparently TechCrunch HQ isn't the only office that hates having to deal with coordinating lunch. Today ZeroCater, a startup that looks to help make your office's lunchtime as painless as possible by handling all of the logistics for you (see our past coverage), is announcing that it has raised $1.5 million. This new round is in addition to earlier investments from Y Combinator and Read More

  • ZeroCater: Because Lunch At The Office Doesn't Have To Be A Complete Pain

    ZeroCater: Because Lunch At The Office Doesn't Have To Be A Complete Pain

    Lunch at the TechCrunch office has always been an interesting affair. We're fortunate enough to have it paid for by the company several times a week, but the logistics involved — in other words, ordering enough food for everyone while taking their taste preferences into account — cause a real headache. For a long time it was a game of chicken: we wouldn't eat until one of us had their hunger… Read More