Cure.fit entered the food scene last year, and changed things up with their delicious, healthy meals! They recently teamed up with Chef Ranveer Brar for their food delivery branch Eat.fit, so it’s safe to say that they’re making a mark in the world of food!
Now, Cure.fit is changing things up yet again as they’re all set to open two quick service restaurants in Bengaluru! In fact, this development comes just a month after the company raised $120 million in a financing round led by IDG Ventures, Accel Partners and Kalaari Capital, bringing the two-year-old firm’s total funding up to nearly $170 million.
“Our proposition is that people should find healthier ways to eat wherever they are,” said Ankit Nagori, cofounder of Cure.fit. “This is why having an outdoor presence is important. We are piloting with a couple of outlets and will see how it goes.”
Currently, Eat.fit meals are available on the app, as well as on popular food delivery app Zomato. According to ETRetail they clock around 12,000 – 14,000 orders per day, while Nagori mentioned that food makes up around one-fourth of the company’s overall revenues, and that they expect Eat.fit to become its largest category in the next three years with over 50% of their revenue coming from it. With this new development, Cure.fit becomes another company to foray into the offline space after FreshMenu.