Everytable Stock

everytable.comFoodTech / Food Products & ServicesFounded: 2016

Everytable is a provider of grab-and-go restaurants, where customers can enter and pick-up their order. Prices for Everytable's products are priced based on zip codes. Everytable's stores are located in food deserts, underserved communities, as well as affluent areas. The company was founded in 2013 by Sam Polk and is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.

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Everytable investors also invested in these private companies

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Team

Management Team

Sam Polk
Chief Executive Officer
Christine Hasircoglu
Vice President of Store Operations
Clare Fox
Vice President, Strategic Partnerships
Monica Rutkowski
Vice President, Marketing

Board Members

Jon Carter
Musicolio
Dar Vasseghi
Tartine Bakery
Amon Anderson
Acumen Fund

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News Highlights

Everytable Raises $25M in Funding, Attracts Impact Investors Focused on Food as Medicine
Everytable, a mission-driven food company that fights for food justice by making fresh, nutritious food accessible and affordable for all, announced today that it has successfully raised $25 million in the initial closing of its Series C-2 preferred stock financing.
Health-focused chain Everytable raises $55M in Series C funding
The fundraise will help the multi-channel ready-to-eat concept to expand into more locations in California and New York.
Updated on: Feb 28, 2024

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