Square has acquired elements of corporate catering startup Zesty . Square, which already owns on-demand food delivery service Caviar, plans to use Zesty’s assets to strengthen Caviar’s cor
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TechCrunch has learned that there has been a management shakeup at Zesty, a business catering service that’s health-minded and tech enabled. Funded by Index Ventures, Founders Fund, Forerunner Vent
Food delivery startup Zesty is rolling out its office catering service beyond San Francisco to locations throughout the Silicon Valley peninsula, and has brought on two food and hospitality executives
“Food, housing, healthcare, transportation. Life essentials made better and more affordable.” These are the types of startups that partner Paul Buchheit said were demoing today at Y Combin
Food delivery startup Zesty turned corporate last year and began an office catering program. The startup now plans to go beyond serving in San Francisco and recently pulled in $17 million in Series A
U.K.-based healthcare appointment booking platform startup Zesty has closed a $7.2 million Series A funding round to expand in the U.K. and into additional European markets.
U.K. healthcare startup Zesty, which much like ZocDoc in the U.S. offers an online platform to locate and book healthcare appointments at short notice, has topped up its seed investment with more than
If you work at a startup or tech company, one of the perks you've probably gotten used to is a free lunch. Those meals have become ubiquitous through a number of tech companies in San Francisco, but t
Zesty is a new healthy eating app available in San Francisco that provides customers with only healthy options for delivery or takeout. It does this by working with restaurants to identify healthy opt
Flying somewhat under the tech press radar, <a target="_blank" href="http://www.toothpick.com">Toothpick</a> -- an 'OpenTable for dentists' -- has quietly exited Beta, as well as expanding beyond its