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Dutch app-only supermarket Crisp has officially launched in the Netherlands and raised €3 million.
According to the company, the funds came from from “Dutch entrepreneurs and private investors.
Founded in 2018, Crisp’s mission is to make the best quality food available to more people, offering a wide range of vegetables, fruit, super fresh fish, handmade pastas, over sixty cheeses, eighty wines, and award-winning pancakes. The app shows fresh products from over 200 different suppliers, including small, local specialists. Crisp offers next day delivery, throughout the country, six days a week, within an hour time slot.
Crisp promises to deliver fresh seasonal products sourced directly from small local growers and producers.
The company was founded by Tom Peeters, Michiel Roodenburg, René Bink, and Eric Klaassen,and currently employs more than 30 people.