On-demand grocery delivery startups which raised money in Europe in the last 12 months.
On-demand grocery delivery startups are a hot topic for VCs in Europe.
So hot that only this week we had announced exactly three investment rounds: Rohlik from Prague, Czech Republic w/ $230 million, Flink from Berlin, Germany w/ $52 million and Crisp from Amsterdam, The Netherlands w/ $36 million.
On top of that, Dija from the UK confirmed their December pre-launch closing of £20 million.
This is actually not a surprise, the past 12 months saw an accelerated consumer shift towards acquiring food online and subsequent startups filling out this gap.
Online grocery delivery is a subsegment of the food category, which we recently analysed and made a review of most interesting food delivery startups from Europe that raised money in 2020.
We thought a closer look at the online grocery segment is also timing and produced a report profiling 21 online grocery startups that raised money in the past 12 months or so.
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The report includes:
- 5 online grocery startups each from Germany and the UK (one not from London) and 2 from Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- other countries include Czech Republic, Italy, France, Ireland, Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Turkey and Spain
- active investors in online grocery startups include Target Global (2), Kinnevik (2), Coatue (2), Index Ventures (2), Tiger Global (2) and Cherry Ventures, Northzone, DN Capital, Left Lane Capital etc.
- downloadable excel file with all the report data