All About The Cooks is Crowdfunding
Why are we Crowdfunding?
We chose to do a Crowdfund because sharing and community is at the heart of everything we do, so, we want to give everyone the opportunity to own a part of All About The Cooks. Whether you’re a loyal customer, a serial investor or someone who believes in us as much as we believe in ourselves – anyone can join our mission and help All About The Cooks grow, and in turn help local people generate an income, whilst making home-cooked food accessible to more and more hungry locals.
At All About The Cooks we are driven by the vision of a future where it is easy to eat real food made by real people, wherever you are. It’s a vision which has community at its heart. Food is the catalyst which brings people together, to share, to celebrate, to show you care…
We all love home-cooked food but it’s not always easy to make that happen. So we created All About The Cooks, an online marketplace to buy and sell home-cooked food, locally. The best part? You can have a piece of the pie for yourself when investing in us through our Crowdfund, check it out below!
This investment will enable us to recruit more talented people and improve our technology so that, in the next year, we will be able to make delicious home-cooked food available in 6 more cities and recruit 250 more cooks.
And we will continue to enable more and more cooks to sell their wonderful food to local people, throughout the UK.
Milestones so far
- Proof of Concept – 60 cooks recruited, 800 orders & £30k paid to cooks
- Round lead by Cookpad – Japan’s leading recipe platform (100mn users, 70 countries)
- Massive social impact – money changes hands within communities
- No logistics, highly scalable, UK market £4billion+
- 100% 5 star reviews
This is where you come in...
We plan to revolutionise the way we eat at home… And we’d like you to join us.
Find out about our mission, our team, and the investment opportunity on our Crowdcube page.
Trung Trinh’s journey from cooking Vietnamese family recipes at home in Horfield, to opening his first restaurant.