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Curefoods invests Rs 10 Cr in food discovery platform Hogr

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  1. Hogr, a social platform for restaurant and food discovery, secured Rs 10 crore in seed funding led by Curefoods, known for brands like EatFit and Cakezone.
  2. The funding will facilitate the expansion of Hogr’s app reach, enhance its features, and introduce updates to improve the user experience.
  3. Co-founded by Jugul Thachery and Harish Harshan, Hogr offers personalized restaurant and dish recommendations based on users’ taste preferences.
  4. The Bengaluru-based app simplifies culinary exploration by enabling users to discover and share dining experiences within a social network of food enthusiasts.
  5. Curefoods, housing various brands like EatFit, Yumlane, and CakeZone, operates over 100 kitchens across 12 cities in India and recently raised Rs 300 crore in funding, focusing on acquisitions and expansion.
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