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FOODCLOUD Inducted into Startup India Programme

Earlier in the year, FoodCloud also received it’s first phase of funding worth 3.5 crore. The online portal, which connects foodies with home chefs and caterers, has over 200 such chefs on board, over 6000 dishes across regions and cuisines and serves 15,000 people per month.

FOODCLOUD is now inducted into the “Start Up India Programme” by the Government of India and the Ministry of Commerce & Industry. FoodCloud has been issued a ‘Certificate of Recognition’ by the Department of Industrial Promotion and Policy as a startup. The Start Up India programme was officially launched by Prime Minister Nardendra Modi in January this year.

Earlier in the year, FoodCloud also received it’s first phase of funding worth 3.5 crore. The online portal, which connects foodies with home chefs and caterers, has over 200 such chefs on board, over 6000 dishes across regions and cuisines and serves 15,000 people per month.

Food Cloud encourages home-based cooks to showcase their menu on the portal, and after a stringent check on hygiene and quality, encourages those on the portal to order quality food with a home-style flair. From regional cuisines, to breakfast and desserts, international cuisines and food festivals, the online portal is working with chefs to single orders, bulk orders, Diwali gifting as well as wedding and related catering.

Created by Vedant Kanoi and Shamit Khemka in end-2013, the online portal is excited about the induction into the government’s start-up programme and in Kanoi’s words, “We applaud the Government’s interest in startups as they are the backbone of a country, thank them for their support and hope to do our bit in whatever way we can.”

FOODCLOUD is not inducted into the “Start Up India Programme” by the Government of India and the Ministry of Commerce & Industry. FoodCloud has been issued a ‘Certificate of Recognition’ by the Department of Industrial Promotion and Policy as a startup. The Start Up India programme was officially launched by Prime Minister Nardendra Modi in January this year.

Earlier in the year, FoodCloud also received it’s first phase of funding worth 3.5 crore. The online portal, which connects foodies with home chefs and caterers, has over 200 such chefs on board, over 6000 dishes across regions and cuisines and serves 15,000 people per month.

Food Cloud encourages home-based cooks to showcase their menu on the portal, and after a stringent check on hygiene and quality, encourages those on the portal to order quality food with a home-style flair. From regional cuisines, to breakfast and desserts, international cuisines and food festivals, the online portal is working with chefs to single orders, bulk orders, Diwali gifting as well as wedding and related catering.

Created by Vedant Kanoi and Shamit Khemka in end-2013, the online portal is excited about the induction into the government’s start-up programme and in Kanoi’s words, “We applaud the Government’s interest in startups as they are the backbone of a country, thank them for their support and hope to do our bit in whatever way we can.”


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