Kune food cloud kitchen closes due to hard economic times

Kune food has announced end of its operations citing “economic downturn” after selling over 50,000 meals in less than a year it has existed.

Founded in 2020 to offer online ready food delivery, Kune was funded by Pan-African ventures as well as Century Oak Capital among others.

At the time of announcing closure yesterday evening, the company had laid off 90 of its employees.

“At $3 per meal, it just wasn’t enough to sustain our growth with the current economic downturn coupled with rising food costs, we couldn’t keep going,” Robin Reecht the CEO of the company said in part of his statement.

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The company also requested similar companies to help absorb his workers that it had laid off.

“To all my fellow entrepreneurs, please check Kune employee page on LinkekIn and see if your recruitment needs could be filled by some of our team members,” Reecht added.

Kune is seeking to sell the firm’s assets and IP address.

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