I love to see ambitious entrepreneurs with success like these guys. There are some interesting things coming out of the workshop by the team at My Food Bag. I personally am not using their services but with supermarket prices booming and the seemingly never ending queue's I might not be too far off.
Its been just shy of three years after launching in Auckland in March 2013. In this short space of time they have managed to win over customers across New Zealand and are even now operating in Sydney and Melbourne
My Food Bag moved from curious start-up to storming transtasman success this year, expanding into Australia and nudging $100 million in sales less than three years after its founding. By the end of 2015 the company announced it had more than doubled its customer base over the past year. It now has 30,000 customers in nine cities across Australasia, most of whom are on recurring subscriptions. More than nine million meals had been served, each curated by Lim and relying on locally sourced and free-range ingredients. The company's growth has seen it become, almost overnight, New Zealand's third-biggest food retailer behind supermarket giants Progressive Enterprises and Foodstuffs.