Wednesday July 15, 2020

Kitchen software provider Drop secures North American deal

Irish business signs partnership with Canadian firm Instant Brands to bring more users to its platforms

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
13th December, 2019
Drop founders Tim Redfern, head of innovation; Jonny McCauley, head of design; Ben Harris, chief executive; and Jack Phelan, product owner

Irish foodtech business Drop has secured a partnership with Canadian giant Instant Brands that will increase the number of users on its platforms by more than 20 times.

Drop, which started business with a smart kitchen scale and has developed into a connected kitchen software provider, has 50,000 active users. It is developing a new form of the Instant Pot app by Instant Brands, which has millions of users.

The app will bring recipes to users of...

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