Curefoods Invests 10 Crores into HOGR Food Discovery Platform
Curefoods Invests 10 Crores into HOGR Food Discovery Platform

Hogr, an innovative social platform facilitating restaurant and food exploration, secured Rs. 10 Crores in seed funding, spearheaded by Curefoods, a major player in India's food industry housing renowned brands like EatFit and Cakezone.

This investment will drive Hogr's growth, supporting its app expansion, feature enhancements, and the introduction of updates for an elevated user journey.

"We've noticed that HOGR addresses and streamlines the challenge of discovering new dishes and restaurants, as well as forms a food community via peer-to-peer recommendations. This aspect intrigued us and motivated our decision to invest in this app." said Ankit Nagori, Founder of Curefoods India.

Hogr allows users to explore fresh dining experiences by receiving personalized suggestions from their network comprising contacts, family, friends, and fellow food enthusiasts who share similar taste preferences.

The platform provides customized recommendations, empowering users to make informed dining decisions and expand their food network effortlessly through a user-friendly recommendation system.

"We see HOGR as more than just an app. We strive to create a community where food enthusiasts come together to share the joy of discovering new dishes and places to eat, fostering social connections through this platform.  We are elated to have found synergies with Curefood to partner with in our growth journey.” said Jugul Thachery, Founder and CEO, HOGR.

Bangalore based brand, HOGR seeks to revolutionize the conventional method of finding new restaurants and dishes.

The app streamlines the exploration of novel culinary experiences, making it easier for individuals to discover and share recommendations within a social circle of food enthusiasts.








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