Meal delivery kits a booming business - Written by Rita DeMontis
The award-winning business (for both business strategy and entrepreneurship) is considered Canada’s best-selling home meal solutions brand that services Canadians coast to coast, delivering for free more than one million ready-to-cook meals every month.
Dinner is ready! Just open the box: GoodFood CEO Jonathan Ferrari
GoodFood is a Montreal-based meal-kit company that aims to deliver healthy and locally-sourced ingredients for a meal right to your door. We talk to Jonathan Ferrari, co-founder and CEO of GoodFood, on the growing popularity of meal kits in Canada and why
New capital gives former RBC banker the ability to take its meals-at-home model nationwide
"In Ferrari's view, basing a business on meals being cooked at home (with supplied ingredients) rather than elsewhere and then delivered, makes sense because their aire similar economics (the so-called price points are the same)."
This Canadian Company Delivers the Dinners You’ve Always Wanted to Make
"We’d know we’d make dinner every night of the week if we happened to live in a grocery store or had a personal shopper to send out for fresh ingredients every time we wanted(...). But we don’t. Which is why it’s a good thing there’s Goodfood."
Goodfood dinner subscription service raises $1.1 million
"Goodfood will now embark on a commitment to serve 75,000 free meals to children in need by the end of 2016. As of April 1, the company will donate a meal to a child in need at a school (...) for every box purchased by customer."
"What we have here, ladies and gents, is the perfect solution for those of us who don’t like cooking all that much but who are still looking to eat healthy meals on a budget. I’m on my 4th week and have yet to complain."