Online-Supermarkt Crisp holt sich weitere 75 Mio. Euro

Während Gorillas & Co. gerade ums Überleben kämpfen (siehe auch die Exchanges #278: Food & Delivery 2025 – oder: Was bleibt vom Hype?), hat sich Crisp in den Niederlanden weitere 75 Mio. Euro gesichert (PDF):

„Crisp, the fast-growing online-only supermarket for Dutch and Belgian shoppers, has raised €75M from existing and new investors.

Half of the round came from existing long-term investors including Target Global and Keen Venture Partners.

The new investors include a number of top Dutch entrepreneurs and executives with valuable experience, such as Adriaan Mol (founder of Mollie and co-founder of MessageBird), Sander van der Laan (former CEO at Action and Albert Heijn) and Joes Daemen (founder Somerset Capital Partners).

The company, which has doubled its customer base – and number of orders – in the past year, will also complete the acquisition and scale-up of local supplier, Eetfabriek this month.

Crisp’s total product range has grown 36% during 2022, driven in part by the launch of the first range of non-food related items and last summer’s expansion into Belgium.“

Da ahnt man doch, wo Knuspr seinen Namen gefunden hat. Siehe auch Rohlik holt sich weitere 220 Mio. € für Knuspr, Sezamo & Co.

Im Foodbereich wartet gerade alles auf den Deutschlandstart von Oda.

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