Zume

Zume

Zume is an automation and transportation logistics company focused on food delivery.

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Megan Rose Dickey
March 12, 2020
TechCrunch
Before leaving SoftBank-backed Zume Pizza in November 2018, co-founder Julia Collins knew what her next move would be: climate-friendly food. Today, Collins is announcing Planet FWD's $2.7 million seed round led by BBG Ventures with participation from Cleo Capital, Cowboy Ventures, Precursor Ventures, Kapor Capital and others. What's unique about this round, Collins told TechCrunch, [...]
Brian Heater
September 19, 2019
TechCrunch
Zume first made waves by entering the scene as a robotic pizza company. Since then, however, the SF Bay Area startup has taken pains to demonstrate that it has its sights set on a loftier goal of providing sustainable infrastructure for the restaurant industry. Last April, the company made its Zume Pizza wing a wholly [...]
June 13, 2019
WebWire
Zume, Inc. the company engineering the world's transition to a sustainable food future, today launches Zume Source Packaging - the first-of-its-kind packaging technology that uses plant-based materials to create a cost-competitive alternative to plastic when manufactured at scale. The company is also announcing its acquisition of Pivot Packaging, a leader in the sustainable packaging space, and the launch of a 70,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Southern California, the first of se...
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