Arjun Kapoor invests in homemade food startup Foodcloud.in to empower women

Arjun Kapoor invests in homemade food startup Foodcloud.in to empower women

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Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor invested in Foodcloud.in back in May and now his aims to empower women through this new startup are picking up. In a statement back in May Arjun said…

“My aim at investing in Foodcloud.in is to contribute towards a larger societal purpose – of empowering the homemakers to contribute towards their family income,”

The Ki & Ka actor who has always supported equality for women also added…

“It not only boosts household income leading to a better lifestyle but also drives gender parity for the woman at home or in her neighbourhood. To me, that’s a tiny step towards parity, towards empowerment in society at large,”

The latest release from Foodcloud.in covered on numerous media platforms shows various statements from Arjun as…

“Our startup, foodcloud.in, is aiming to bring about a positive social change towards gender parity in our society. It is a venture that is extremely close to my heart and I have been doing my best to raise awareness about this platform for the past couple of months,”

“I do feel this unique and impactful platform will serve a massive social purpose and contribute towards empowering homemakers and stay at home women to either maximize their own income or even contribute towards their overall family income,”

“To me, this can become a huge step towards finding self-respect, self-reliance, and self-empowerment. I”m delighted with the response that I have got so far and the team is constantly on the lookout to find the best stay at home chefs from various cities and bring them on the platform. We are looking to find the best culinary heroes from every locality of India,”

Founded by Vedant Kanoi (CEO) and co-founder Sanjhi Rajgarhia, the Delhi-based food delivery platform runs on the premise of home cooks delivering hygienic and home-cooked food to customers from their kitchens. The startup is now planning to expand to six other Indian cities after already having a presence in Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata.


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