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About Zero Grocery
Zero Grocery is an online grocery service. It offers delivery service in an environmentally conscious manner. It provides plastic-free groceries by delivering groceries in reusable bags and beverages in jars that are also reusable. It was founded in 2019 and is based in Berkeley, California.
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Apr 4, 2022
The Food Institute News Envelope Icon Twitter Icon News, Data and Trends Since 1928 Rapid Shutdowns for Rapid Delivery When U.S. delivery startup Zero Grocery abruptly closed recently, it stunned northern California businesses that sold its products. Many were owed money and questioned what went wrong with the fast-growing startup, reported San Francisco Chronicle (March 25). To add to the confusion, the news came just a month after Zero Grocery announced it had raised $12 million and expanded to Los Angeles. Kneaded Bakery owner Iliana Berkowitz told San Francisco Chronicle that the experience has made her wary about working with food delivery companies in the future, and that she and other affected business owners are exploring legal action. Zero Grocery is not the only delivery service finding itself in trouble. New York City rapid delivery firms may be slowing down following safety concerns and potential legislation. Several are also racking up huge losses as they battle for customers. Meanwhile, Russian-backed rapid grocery-delivery app Buyk Corp. filed for bankruptcy and will permanently shut down after fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine restricted the startup’s access to funding, reported Bloomberg (March 17). The company, which launched in NYC just last year, listed assets and liabilities of as much as $10 million each in its bankruptcy petition. It has ceased operations and plans to sell off its remaining inventory, according to a statement. In other news: Instacart will build micro-fulfilment warehouses as it attempts to deflect the threat of rapid-delivery apps and Amazon’s growing presence in groceries, reported The Financial Times (March 23). India’s Zomato will begin delivering food in 10 minutes in its home city of Gurugram. However, the company insists it will not pressure its delivery partners to ensure a 10-minute delivery, reported TechCrunch (March 21). In the wake of a flood of ultra-fast grocery delivery startups, fledgling online grocer Fresh Street is taking a different approach: pickup-only, reported Supermarket News (March 18). Instant delivery startup Getir announced that it has closed a new $768 million Series E funding round. Following this deal, the company reached a valuation of $11.8 billion, reported TechCrunch (March 17). Gopuff partnered with British grocery chain Morrisons to deliver items to people’s doors in a matter of minutes, reported CNBC (March 24). Share this article Like this? Subscribe to The Food Institute Newsletters to enjoy more quality content like this delivered to your inbox.
Zero Grocery Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Zero Grocery founded?
Zero Grocery was founded in 2019.
Where is Zero Grocery's headquarters?
Zero Grocery's headquarters is located at 733 Allston Way, Berkeley.
What is Zero Grocery's latest funding round?
Zero Grocery's latest funding round is Dead.
How much did Zero Grocery raise?
Zero Grocery raised a total of $15.8M.
Who are the investors of Zero Grocery?
Investors of Zero Grocery include Sway Ventures, Cleo Capital, Chingona Ventures, SGH Capital, Precursor Ventures and 17 more.
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