Gobble in the Media
Gobble in the Press
Gobble, a meal prep company serving households nationwide and backed by leading Silicon Valley investors, is launching Sunday Meal Prep. The kits are a new business line aimed at working professionals seeking fresh, healthy weekday lunches.
February 12, 2019
No sous chef required. Fill your fridge with three-step, one-pan gourmet Gobble meals that are already divided into perfect portions.
August 9, 2017
While barely a week goes by without the launch of a new meal kit company, there is room in the market for ‘many multi-billion dollar players,’ provided they carve out a distinct niche, insists the founder of Gobble, which focuses on pre-prepped meals that can be cooked in one pan in 10-15 minutes.
Food Navigator USA
June 21, 2017
Between startup life and schoolwork, Garg made no time for meals, eating junk food or takeout — ‘Taco Bell, chicken nuggets’ — in her car or at her desk. Her health took a nosedive. Her close-knit Southeast Asian family, for whom home-cooked dinners had always been a priority, grew concerned. Her father even flew to California with a suitcase of food. While a welcome respite from delivery, it wasn’t a sustainable solution. But it got Garg focused on finding one.
August 16, 2016
Portland’s getting another new food delivery company. This one, though, is a bit different. Gobble offers 10-minute gourmet dinner kits delivered to cooks’ homes. It’s launching in Portland today.
Portland Business Journal
February 8, 2016
“2015 was the first year that prepared food spending eclipsed grocery spending,” said Ooshma Garg, founder of Palo Alto, Calif.-based Gobble, which specializes in meals designed to be cooked in one pan and in 10 minutes. “That’s been colliding for decades in our society. Convenience has finally completely overtaken the ability or the desire to cook from scratch.”
The Denver Post
February 7, 2016
The pre-prepared culinary delivery company Gobble launched at-home gourmet tailgating kits for Super Bowl 50. Each $95 kit delivered Friday (the deadline to order was Monday) feeds six people black bean sliders with homemade guacamole, sliders with organic turkey pastrami, Dungeness crab and artichoke dip with San Francisco sourdough garlic bread and Petaluma Farms chicken wings with Cuban sauces.
The Denver Post
February 3, 2016
The life of a student entrepreneur is one that Ooshma Garg, CEO of food delivery startup Gobble, knows well. She began her first company while she was still a student at Stanford, and walking away from it gave her more lessons about the virtues and flaws of business than most learn in their first 10 years on the job.
The Next Web
January 26, 2016
There is yet another food delivery service now available in Seattle — although the newest entrant has a slightly different take on getting dinner to your door.
January 19, 2016
when I heard about Gobble, a new start up that launched last year that claimed I could have a home-cooked meal in 10 minutes, I was intrigued
November 13, 2015
The CEO of dinner kit delivery service Gobble on her four-year-long road to product/market fit, the dark days of being a founder, and protecting the company from copycats
November 8, 2015
No time to cook dinner? Would you change your mind if you could put a meal on the table in ten minutes—and only end up with one pan in the sink?
October 20, 2015
Back in September, Gobble unveiled a new kind of food delivery. It doesn’t offer a fully prepared meal or a box of ingredients and recipes — instead, it delivers “dinner kits” where much of the prep work is already done, and the cooking can be finished in just 10 minutes.
May 21, 2015
As of two weeks ago, Gobble stopped delivering prepared dinners and instead started sending its customers all of the fresh, restaurant-quality ingredients they need to whip up for dinner themselves in about 10 minutes.
Silicon Valley Business Journal
August 29, 2014