Pepper launched its first tools for NYC restaurants and suppliers in early 2020. Today, it’s evolved into a full service online ordering catalogue and payment system that takes advantage of the technology we use in our daily lives.
Pepper announced $16 million in Series A funding to expand what it started two years ago as it aims to work with over 25,000 restaurants and grocery stores in the U.S. and Canada.
In response to the outbreak and the unprecedented restaurant closures across the country, the scrappy, tight-knit team knew they had to adapt their product to fit their new reality
Alongside facilitating orders between restaurants and suppliers, Pepper has now opened up a consumer-facing portal called Pepper Pantry, allowing everyday users to place an order directly with a food supplier.