Kitchen software provider Drop secures North American deal
Irish business signs partnership with Canadian firm Instant Brands to bring more users to its platforms
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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