The world’s largest online food marketplace is launching a new meal delivery service for diners with a whopping $200.
The site, EatDinnerNow, is the brainchild of a team of former Wall Street bankers who, after struggling to build a business from scratch, have created a food delivery platform.
They’ve built it on the idea of giving diners a choice of the most expensive meal possible, and then charging them a small amount to eat.
The company has raised $8 million in funding, with a valuation of $50 million, and says it will be able to deliver a meal every day of the year.
Its founders say the service will help people who can’t afford the traditional dining table, or those who can, but cannot afford a fancy meal.
The company is hoping to deliver up to two meals per day.
It offers delivery in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and other countries.
It will start offering in-store delivery to some customers in early 2019.
A photo of the EatDinningNow website shows a menu of meals, including the $200 dinner.
Its co-founders, Michael and Kristin Berenbaum, say the idea is simple: diners can choose the meal they want, and the service charges a small fee to pick it up.
Its $200 fee is based on the cost of the meal.
The restaurant will pick up the meal at its own facility.
The Berenbahmans say the company’s goal is to help consumers pay less, which is what they’re trying to achieve.
They want to help the consumer pick out the best meal, then the service picks it up and the consumer pays for it, with no extra cost.
They think this is something that will help increase the overall level of food quality.
Michael Berenba said they have no plans to charge a premium for their meal, or make their service a full service restaurant.
The company will provide a cash incentive to customers who can afford to pay.
The founders have been looking to create a way to make food affordable for people in need.
The Berenbums believe they can provide a simple solution that could work for everyone.
Their meal delivery platform is called EatDiningNow.
They want to expand their reach to include more countries.
They’re currently planning to offer the service in Germany, Brazil, Spain, France, Italy, Australia and elsewhere.
I think what we want to do is provide a platform that can be used by millions of people.
Kristin Boudreaux, Eat DiningNow co-founderMichael Boudreau, co-ownerMichael Baidreaux told CNBC that the company is focused on the US market, but will eventually expand into other markets.
He said that the US has the highest levels of food insecurity in the world, and that people need more options to eat healthy.
He said the company believes that the dining table is a tool for people to learn about different food options.
He added that he is very optimistic about the startup’s ability to build out a viable business.
I believe this is going to happen very soon.
The opportunity is so huge.
I think this will be a big step forward for the world of food and the food system.
I am excited about it.
EatDiningNOW is a food service company that aims to be the leader in the delivery of high-quality food to people in the United States and Canada, where it will deliver meals on demand.
The service will be available for restaurants, grocery stores, cafes, coffee shops, fast-food restaurants, restaurants, convenience stores, restaurants and other locations, according to the company.
Berenbaum said that EatDinerNow is designed to be more convenient than traditional delivery methods, and is designed specifically for people who are limited to a dining table.
He said the service uses a combination of mobile technology and GPS tracking to help users pick up their food and make it ready for eating.
The meal will be delivered to the user’s home, where they can pick up it, and can eat it at home, or eat it on-site, Berenbeaux said.
He noted that the meals are delivered via a network of delivery vehicles, which help the restaurant deliver the meal to the customer’s home.
At the time of publication, the EatdiningNow site had a waiting list of more than 1 million diners.