In the food tech sector, Korean startup Kitchen in the Lab is building a new paradigm model for the restaurant industry by reducing the sector’s dependence on the workforce and realizing dry kitchens.
Kitchen in the Lab operates a unique online platform for ordering meals at home. The company develops ready-to-heat (RTH) products that can be eaten with a simple cooking process. It is a direct-to-consumer brand serving consumers in South Korea. The product was formerly known as From Chef. The company is now working on a B2B Platform Based on Food ODM Technology.
Its direct-to-consumer brand platform sells products that can be eaten immediately using a microwave. The company’s Kranberry Mall offers premium meal kits prepared with reliable products. The company has also released different menus through its online shop and established a manufacturing plant.
The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Yongin-si, South Korea. Kitchen in the Lab has been making operating profits this year and has had sales growth of over 200% over the past three years. It has received investment from VC firms like Spark Labs, CNTTech and other angel investors.
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