Mangan, an on-demand B2B food service startup in Indonesia, has secured an undisclosed sum in investment from Richard Avila, Senior Director at food distribution giant US Foods.
The round, which takes Mangan’s valuation to US$1 million, will be used for product optimisation and to add new features to its products such as ManganDaily.
The company was started in 2019 by brothers Hardi Halim (CEO) and Hutomo Halim (CFO). Mangan provides popup restaurant and drop-off catering services by connecting restaurants serving on-site food with diverse institutions such as startups, MNCs, hospitals and schools in the archipelago.
Mangan claims it has partnered with more than 200 restaurants and serves more than 40,000 food packets to 80 office locations in Jabodetabek and Surabaya.
“We receive orders from 11 industrial sectors. A few months ago, we also opened an online marketplace for individuals to book catering service for events,” said Hutomo.