Paket Mutfak raises $1.5 million, bringing the ghost kitchen startup’s total funding to $5.8 million!


Paket Mutfak creates delivery focused food brands and operates them from its ghost kitchens. The emphasis on delivery allows the company to set up kitchens away from high-cost retail spots while still serving in prime areas. All Paket Mutfak brands use compatible supply chains and cooking methods, enabling multiple brands to be operated from a single kitchen with shared staff and equipment.

Paket Mutfak, meaning “Delivery Kitchen” in Turkish, has been operating in Istanbul for 2 years. The startup has already established strong positions on the Turkish market with its network expanding over 8 locations and 6 brands. By the close of 2024 the company plans to add 20 more locations, as well as 4 new brands to its brand portfolio. Currently, Paket Mutfak processes over 1,600 orders daily from ordering platforms including Yemeksepeti , Trendyol Yemek and Getir Yemek.

Tali Şalhon, Co-Founder & CEO of Paket Mutfak stated: “Our ability to unite technology, operations and production teams is the driving force behind our success.”

Looking ahead, the company is committed to expanding its presence in Istanbul by enhancing existing revenue streams and introducing new ones such as dine-in and franchising models.

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