ZeroCater Raises $1.5 Million To Help You Plan Office Lunches

Posted Aug 15, 2011

ZeroCater is a startup that plans to help you plan lunchtime for you office by handling the logistics around it. The company recently announced $1.5 million in funding. Previous investors include StartFund (SV Angel and Yuri Milner) and Y Combinator.

ZeroCater removes the hassle of ordering lunch for employees on a regular basis. When companies sign up, they tell ZeroCenter how many employees need to be fed and if there is any special dietary requests. ZeroCenter works out deals with the restaurants too. ZeroCenter also tries to rotate different restaurants so you don’t get sick of the same food.

ZeroCater is currently based in the Bay Area of California. ZeroCater co-founder Arram Sabeti plans on using the additional funding to expand into other areas with New York being the next target. Some of the other previous investors in ZeroCater include Keith Rabois, Paul Buccheit, Vaizra International, Felix Shpilman, Stewart Alsop, Justin Kan, Emmet Shear, Othman Laraki, Gabor Cselle, Mark Friedgan, Alexander Goldstein, and Starling Ventures.