Angel investors back food delivery service
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Angel investors back food delivery service

Posted by | January 4, 2015 |

Angel investors have contributed USD 1.6 million to a WeChat-based food delivery start-up in China called Call a Chicken. The food delivery service based in Chengdu offers chicken-based dishes prepared by renowned chefs and cooked with fresh meat, for home delivery. According to Sina Tech, investors are buying into Call a Chicken because they believe in the business model, but they have also chosen this specific start-up to support because of China’s culinary tastes. Spicy Sichuan food – which the start-up specialises in – is a popular cuisine all over the nation, and investors believe the potential market is massive.

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