London’s Jiffy scoops $28M for speedy grocery delivery

24 Sep, 2021

London’s Jiffy scoops $28M for speedy grocery delivery
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– London grocery delivery startup Jiffy raised $28m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by family-owned investment company Heartland, with Boston-based international VC fund Flint Capital also participating, along with gaming firm Playrix and existing investors Baring Vostok Capital Partners and LVL1 among others.
– The startup operates a network of its own dark stores to do fulfilment — enabling it to offer the promise of “fresh groceries in 15 minutes.”
– It has amassed around 20,000 customers so far across its six delivery zones (all in London for now).

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