Kitchenful raises €1.6 million

Kitchenful wants to make weekly shopping easier with an app. The idea convinced investors like N26 CEO Valentin Stalf.

In a seed financing round, the Berlin-based start-up Kitchenful has raised 1.6 million euros. VentureFriends, Goodwater Capital and Jabbar Internet Group participated in the round, TechCrunch reported. Previously, N26 CEO Valentin Stalf, Souq co-founder Samih Toukan, David Fischer of High Snobiety, Maik Ludewig of Durstexpress and the co-founder of the literature management program Mendeley, Victor Henning, had already invested in the startup.

Kitchenful plans to use the money to expand further into Europe and North America. Chris Schiller and Christian Hartung's startup has developed an app to simplify meal planning and weekly shopping. Users get a suggested weekly plan with recipes based on their preferences. They can then order the ingredients they need via the app. Rewe, Edeka, Gorillas and Amazon then deliver the groceries to the customers' homes in a short time.

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