Exclusive: Food delivery startup Maple lands $22 million in funding

 By Beth Kowitt, originally published March 20, 2015 on Fortune

A startup called Maple, which hopes to reinvent the restaurant-delivery game by opening a delivery-only kitchen in New York City, is set to announce a $22 million Series A round this morning. Greenoaks Capital will lead the funding, with other investors including Thrive Capital, Primary Ventures, David Chang of the Momofuku empire, and Bonobos CEO and founder Andy Dunn.

Maple had previously raised a seed round of $4 million, led by Thrive. Chang, who is the company’s chief culinary officer, also contributed seed funding.

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