Haute Food in New York, Delivered to Your Desk
The service “benefits clients because they get a variety of local high-quality artisanal food they normally wouldn't be exposed to.”
The Middleman Is Thriving on the Internet
No journalist likes to be told he's naïve. But that's what Zach Yungst, co-founder of Cater2.me, told me after I wrote a Ping column suggesting that companies that pay for their employee's meals, as many high-tech firms do, retard the economic life of a neighborhood.
How Cater2.me is quietly scaling without venture capital
Cater2.me captures and saves preferences like employee dietary restrictions, so once companies have a good experience with the service, they're likely to stay.
Catering Startup Cater2.me Says It Has Served 5M Meals
Cater2.me’s goal is to deliver a more varied, tasty catering experience by tapping into the varied culinary world you find in many cities.
This Startup Will Disrupt Your Company’s Lame Free Pizza Day
Everybody loves a free lunch, especially when their boss pays for it. Still, sometimes you might wish your employer would switch it up and order something besides twelve pepperoni pizzas.
A New Service Relieves Workday Lunch Woes
Boring salad or lackluster sandwich? Deciding on lunch is one of life’s greatest annoyances. Thankfully, a new office-catering company has arrived to reinvent the way we eat during the workday.