Lunch delivery company Fresh House aims to deliver food to people’s homes and businesses around the world.
Fresh House, which aims to be the first delivery company to provide groceries and meals directly to people by using robots, aims to become the first food delivery company that can help solve the world’s food security challenges.
It will be the latest service provider to attempt to revolutionise the delivery industry by providing food and drinks directly to homes and offices.
The startup, which has already received investment from the likes of Alibaba, Zayed Capital and others, has announced it will be launching its first product on Saturday, August 25.
FreshHouse aims to make deliveries in five countries, with the aim of helping millions of people worldwide.
Its mission is to bring fresh food, affordable and delicious food to the masses by transforming the delivery service industry.
The company is based in China and has raised a seed round of $25m (£19.6m) in US$50m ($72m).
FreshHouse CEO and founder of FreshHouse, David Gao, said: “FreshHouse’s goal is to be a world-class food delivery provider.
We believe in the power of the human touch, and we believe it’s up to us to transform the food delivery industry.”
Mr Gao said FreshHouse was aiming to help the poorest people in the world in more than 70 countries.
“The idea behind the service is to deliver fresh food and food products to people who are hungry,” he said.
“It’s also a way to feed people in a more sustainable way.”
FreshHouse is working with food manufacturers, supermarkets and farmers to provide their products.
Mr Genga said Fresh House was also working with local food stores to supply the food in the service.
Freshhouse has previously said its robot will help people with allergies, as well as providing them with a better taste.
“We will offer people a food that they can really enjoy, which is not only healthier but better for their health,” Mr Gao added.
Freshhouses first delivery service will be in Bangladesh, which Mr Gengas company has already started delivering to.
“Bangladesh is the third largest market for us and our first delivery to them is a huge success,” he added.
“Our business model is simple – we use the robots to deliver a food to someone who is hungry and that’s it.”