Brotinni, Egypt’s foodtech startup, raises $600k in a Seed round

Brotinni, Egypt’s foodtech startup, raises $600k in a Seed round

Brotinni, a FoodTech and dark butcher’ solutions startup, raised $600k in a Seed funding round led by Innlife investments.

The funds will be used to scale operations, invest in marketing, and expand the size of Brotinni’s fleet.

“The funds will go towards refining our technology that we use in manufacturing our vacuum seal bags, growing our logistics team to ensure a same-day delivery, expanding our product suite, and integrating further payment solutions to attract more shoppers,” Dalia Abou Omar, Founder and CEO, told WAYA.

Founded by Dalia Abou Omar in late 2020, Brotinni offers a platform to order hand-cut, farm-sourced, and vacuum-sealed fresh meat and poultry. Its offerings also include flash-frozen and ready-to-cook products. It provides delivery services through its own fleet of drivers.

The startup recently opened its first warehouse to serve its clients across Cairo completing its “dark butchery” model. Abou Omar also said they are currently working on developing vacuum seal bags that can extend the life shelf of the fresh meat up to 45 days.

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