Cheetah, a San Francisco, CA-based e-commerce platform offering contactless pickup and delivery of food and supplies, raised $36M in Series B funding.
The round, which brought total funding raised to date to $66m since it was founded, was led by Eclipse Ventures, with participation from ICONIQ Capital, Hanaco Ventures, and Floodgate Fund.
Using its fleet of refrigerated trucks, Cheetah delivers everything from bakery items to beverages, dairy, meat, poultry, seafood, fresh produce, condiments, snacks and cleaning supplies to consumers, independent restaurants and small businesses for orders placed through its mobile application.
Originally launched as a wholesale delivery service for restaurants and small businesses, the company quickly launched a direct-to-consumer service called Cheetah For Me. This service gives local residents and small businesses in the Bay Area safe access to essential food and supplies at competitive wholesale prices. Consumers order through the mobile app and pick up the next day from one of the company’s designated drive through locations.
Cheetah was founded in 2015 by Na’ama Moran, Christopher Elliott, Alon Har-Tal and Vincent Matranga.