Delicious Data gets new investor
Delicious Data wants to calculate how waste can be avoided in companies. The Munich-based start-up has now successfully concluded a financing round.
In Germany, twelve million tons of food are thrown away every year. The start-up Delicious Data has set itself the task of reducing this in the future. Now the start-up, founded in 2017, was able to close a financing round. In addition to the existing investors GeMü Beteiligungsgesellschaft and Käfer Capital, Übermorgen Ventures is now also a new participant. According to its own information, the investor focuses on start-ups that actively promote the reduction of CO2 emissions. In addition, Zurich investor Gian Reto à Porta is participating as a business angel.
The concept behind Delicious Data: An artificial intelligence calculates avoidable waste based on existing customer data and external factors. This should reduce operating costs for companies. Customers are accordingly companies in the catering industry or providers in canteens and cafeterias.
Valentin Belser and Jakob Breuninger came up with the idea in 2017 in their university canteen. In 2019, Delicious Data received its seed funding. Last year, the Munich-based company was awarded the "Too good for the bin" prize by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
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