Gobble Automates Your Dinner With A Subscription Meal Delivery Service

This service could help seniors and people with disabilities that are precluded from being able to cook.

TechCrunch

For people with busy lives, coming home and making dinner for the family can be a pain. Equally as painful? Trying to find a place to go out to or order from that the whole family can agree on. Gobble, currently in the Y Combinator Winter 2014 class, is seeking to alleviate that pain by offering up personalized meal selections through a subscription delivery service.

This isn’t the first time we’ve covered Gobble. When it first launched a few years ago, the startup was focused on creating a marketplace for home-cooked meals.

Since then, the company has changed its business model quite a bit. While the marketplace idea was great for finding new and interesting dishes from quality chefs, it lacked the kind of thing that keeps people coming back for more.

So Gobble built a subscription business designed to help families and groups have great, personalized meals delivered to…

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One thought on “Gobble Automates Your Dinner With A Subscription Meal Delivery Service”

  1. I currently work with an older woman who is unable to get out of the house or cook for herself. She relies on a daughter in law for her meals. I can see a service like this making life easier for the both of them. I wonder if they would be able to cook for special diets, for example she requires a low sodium diet. If they could that would really be a useful service.

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