Mumm is an online home-made food market that allows users to buy homecooked meals and dessert near them. It also provides a market for talented cooks to generate income. Founder Waleed Abd El Rahman was inspired by the variety of home-cooked meals prepared by mothers and decided to build a platform that helps entrepreneurial endeavors expand and deliver healthy, affordable food to many consumers.
To get started, users go to the Mumm. com website, sign up and select their location. They can add filters on category, food pricing and others to facilitate the search. After choosing from available dishes and paying, the food gets delivered in 90 minutes. Mumm’s competitors are the Egypt-based Akla-baity, which offer 8 to 24 hour delivery, as well as Saudi Arabia’s Akil Bayt. As for food safety regulations, Mumm have a crucial process by which they ensure food is safe. During the induction, they inspect the kitchen and continue to do so every two weeks with spot checks throughout. They also give the cooks simple instructions and tips on how to ensure high food quality and safety standards.
Today, Mumm provides a solution for regional financial issues, enabling unemployed women to make $ 330 a month. In 2016, Mumm partnered with Fard, a refugee nonprofit to involve Syrian, Iraqi and Sudanese women into the food industry. Mumm also partnered with leading technology investor A15, to merge with A15’s startup Dishdino, which follows a similar model, and raise seed investment by A15.
Country: Egypt Launched: 2015 Category: Homemade Food