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Gurgaon-based start-up Bueno bags $600k to emerge as one-stop shop for global food experience

Bueno offers a diverse menu of 400 dishes spread across seven different cuisines.

Digital food community Food Talk India turns cravings into unique experience

Hyper local mobile app Food Talk India allows you to discover dishes and restaurant around you.

Samiksha Jain

With latest funding, Zomato eyes aggressive growth of its new business verticals

Recently, Zomato made strategic investments in hyperlocal delivery start-ups Pickingo and Grab to enable last-mile delivery for restaurants.

How Jolly Food Fellow helps vendors know their customers' preference even before serving them

The venture of passionate young entrepreneurs who wish to bring the best food experience to all the food lovers

Samiksha Jain

Swiggy brings to you the choicest of food from best restaurants in your locality

Key feature of the app is the live tracking of the delivery executive as they deliver your food.

Meet the Machine That's Turning Grocery Stores' Food Waste Into Fertilizer

A pair of seasoned tech workers are helping to solve a $165 billion problem.

Jenna Schnuer

Only at SXSW: Our Favorite Moments

Entrepreneur's reporting team shares some of their favorite moments of the festival.

Modernist Cuisine's Food Lab and the Science of Flavor

We chat with Scott Heimendinger, director of applied research at Modernist Cuisine, about passionate curiosity and building 3D scanners for bread.

Laura Entis

Google X Head: 'I'm Afraid of People's Reactions to Technology'

Google's 'Captain of Moonshots' on his frustration with the slow pace at which society is adapting to technological advancements.

Laura Entis

This Handheld Scanner Identifies Pills, Determines Calories and More

After making its debut on Kickstarter, the SCiO pocket-sized molecular scanner showed off some cool new features at CES.

Emily Price

Stress, Anxiety, Loneliness: How This Entrepreneur Lost Himself and Bounced Back Stronger

Brian Bordainick built a $16 million company in less than two years. At one point in his journey, Bordainick 'snapped' and he had to work to get his feet back on the ground.