Mumm, an Egyptian food startup, has cleaned out a good amount of funding in another round of fundraising to grow the company better.
Founded in 2015, the aim of the service has always been to deliver fresh, homemade food to those that choose to use its services. They have also expanded to ensure that they can deliver these kinds of meals to businesses too – either as a way to cater to their events or provide daily feeding to the members of staff.
At the time of launch, the startup was an online marketplace for those looking for options in homemade food category. Today, they have grown so much to become the choice virtual cafeteria for a lot of businesses and corporations in the country.
That is why they were able to go into another round of funding and come out with as much as $1 million this time around.
It is said that the current funding will help the company to maintain its growth during this pandemic and after. Seeing as much more people are at home but might not have access to what they need to make their meals, it makes sense to engage Mumm to deliver food to them.