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Goldbely Delivery Service Raises $10 Million in Series A Funding

As part of the investment, the company is joining the Intel Capital Diversity Fund

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The company ships the specialty items of both large and small businesses.

Goldbely delivery service is making it possible to indulge in specialty items across the country without even stepping foot into a restaurant. This week, the company closed $10 million in Series A funding, which it plans to use to expand its operations in San Francisco and New York.

The funding was led by Global Founders Capital and Intel Capital, which also led the service’s seed round, according to TechCrunch.

The company has proven to be successful so far, having facilitated more than 200,000 orders, which amounts to a 200-percent annual increase in customers.

Goldbely offers its services with 300 food partners and items from places such as New York City’s Milk Bar (from chef Christina Tosi) and Brooklyn’s Roberta’s Pizza. According to the company, only 3 percent of food merchants are approved to be participating restaurants.


Some of the newest additions to the delivery platform include Muddy’s Bake Shop in Memphis, Tennessee; American Coney Island in Detroit, Michigan; and Wise Sons in San Francisco, California.