Oman Kitchennomics has raised $1.7 million in seed funding


In the yearKushinamikiIn the yearThe Oman-based cloud kitchen operator has raised $1.7 million in seed funding led by angel investors and other prominent Omani investors. The startup, registered in Abu Dhabi Global Market in early 2022, will operate out of Oman.

The money will be used to hire talent, build more brands and build centralized kitchens and technology.

A smart cloud kitchen startup is looking to expand in the GCC region. It is looking to build several food brands with automated hub-and-spoke cloud kitchen models. The startup has several automated satellites and central kitchens. The company also said it is creating the largest network of delivery-focused food brands.

“One of the most innovative things we’ve done in Oman is creating home food entrepreneurs to launch and grow their brands. One such success story is the launch of Yum Shades, which can be scaled across MENA,” said Ankush Bhatia, CEO and Founder, Kitchenomics.

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KitchenomiKs partners with other restaurants and F&B brands to help them expand beyond their reach through the kitchen-as-a-service model. In the year Founded in March 2022 by Aju Samuel, Ankush Bhatia and Shrikant Shenoy, Kitchenomics has over 30 employees and has exclusive partnerships with the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Sultanate’s summit and conference venue.

The startup says it follows the hybrid food technology system on which Kitchennomics is modeled. This includes a service platform for brands and restaurants in partnership with them.