Indonesian Lunchbox Startup Berry Kitchen Raises $1.25M Series A

Indonesian Lunchbox Startup Berry Kitchen Raises $1.25M Series A

By Catherine Shu Startups around the world are snapping up funding to solve an important problem: how to eat healthy, delicious meals with the least possible amount of effort. The latest is Jakarta-based meal delivery service Berry Kitchen, which just raised a $1.25 million Series A led by Sovereign’s Capital, with participation from East Ventures. Read More

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