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Fast-Growing Cater2.me Expands to New York City

If you’re going to the San Francisco Street Food Festival Saturday, one of the event’s sponsors this year is a startup we covered back in January, Cater2.me.

It’s a natural fit, because this is the startup that has been connecting many of those individual street vendors – people with a food stand or cart in the Mission, a truck, a pop-up café, or a stand at the Farmers Market – with the businesses downtown ordering meals for their employees.

Cater2.me Brings the Street Vendor into the Office

Cater2.me Brings the Street Vendor into the Office at Meal Time

If you ever wonder what they’re eating for lunch over at Dropbox, Square or Yelp, the guy to ask is Zach Yungst, co-founder of Cater2.me.

Yungst and his co-founder, Alex Lorton, are Wharton graduates who have brought their business expertise to street food vendors, matching them up with tech startups that order in lunch most days.

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