Food Innovation at Your Fingertips: 15 Must-See Food Delivery Startups in Canada

The food delivery industry in Canada has witnessed an unprecedented surge in innovation, with startups pushing the boundaries of convenience, taste, and sustainability. These forward-thinking ventures are redefining the way Canadians access their favorite meals and groceries. From homemade delicacies to plant-based alternatives, these 15 food delivery startups are making waves in the Canadian market.

Cookin: Connecting You to Homemade Goodness

Cookin is a unique homemade food delivery marketplace that brings the essence of home-cooked meals to your doorstep. Founded by Michael Baruch, Morley Ivers, and Philip Yuzpe, Cookin allows users to discover a diverse range of home-cooked delights prepared with love and care.

Tiggy: Grocery Shopping Made Lightning Fast

Tiggy aims to revolutionize the way Canadians shop for everyday essentials. With their 15-minute grocery delivery service, Eugene Bisovka, Oskar Hartmann, and Razmik Sukyasov are changing the game, providing unparalleled convenience to busy Vancouverites.

Ninja Delivery: Delivering Everything You Need

Ninja Delivery is an e-commerce platform dedicated to delivering not only food and drinks but also various household items. Their extensive service offerings make them a one-stop-shop for all your delivery needs.

Ordr: Elevating Premium Experiences

Ordr is an enterprise-level SaaS platform specializing in curating premium experiences within venues. Founded by Evan Wain and Jade Chiles, Ordr enhances the dining and event experiences for customers and businesses alike.

CookOut: A Social Media-Integrated Marketplace

CookOut combines the convenience of a homemade food delivery platform with social media elements. This innovative approach allows food creators to showcase and sell their culinary creations to eager customers.

Radish: Uniting Restaurants, Deliverers, and Consumers

Radish is an online restauration platform organized as a solidarity cooperative. Mansib Rahman, Masum Rahman, and Mostafa Saadat have brought together restaurants, delivery personnel, and consumers, fostering a sense of community and sustainability.

Fed: Nourishing with Food as Medicine

Fed focuses on designing, preparing, and delivering nutritionally-focused meals to support a healthy lifestyle. Founded by Elin Tayyar and Saba Marzara, Fed aims to make nutrition a priority in every meal they deliver.

SPATULA Foods: Elevating Meals to Art

SPATULA Foods offers a chef-to-consumer marketplace, providing elevated, high-quality meals and food products. Their commitment to culinary excellence sets them apart in the food delivery landscape.

Relocalize: Building Micro-Factories for Food

Relocalize is on a mission to build micro-factories for food production. By integrating technology and industrial automation, founders Grant Jobb and Wayne McIntyre are revolutionizing food processing and distribution.

DishPal: Bringing Local Restaurants to Your Doorstep

DishPal connects busy eaters with local restaurant cuisine through their reliable food courier service. Founded by Ekam Panesar, DishPal ensures that delicious meals are just a click away.

Oco Meals: Ready-to-Eat Delights, Week after Week

Oco Meals provides ready-to-eat meals delivered right to your doorstep on a weekly basis. Kenton Jarvie’s startup caters to those seeking convenience without compromising on taste and quality.

Congèlerie l’Héritier: Frozen Fruits and Vegetables, Freshness Preserved

Congèlerie l’Héritier specializes in packaging and processing a diverse variety of fruit, mainly blueberries, and frozen vegetables. Their commitment to freshness ensures Canadians enjoy nutritious produce all year round.

Eggcitables: Ushering in the Era of Plant-Based Eating

Eggcitables is a plant-based egg alternative company that boosts plant-based eating. Founded by Hannah Chisholm, Eggcitables is contributing to a more sustainable food future.

Bessie: Farm-to-Table with Personalized Care

Bessie is a hyper-local farm-to-table brand that promises natural food with personalized care. Co-founded by Alexander Leakos, Shanika Abeysinghe, and Spencer Kerber, Bessie brings transparency and sustainability to the forefront of food delivery.

Snap Shop: Convenience Store in Your Pocket

Snap Shop offers the ultimate convenience with a pocket-sized convenience store. Founded by Talha Khan, Snap Shop ensures you have access to your favorite snacks and essentials whenever you need them.


These 15 food delivery startups represent the forefront of the Canadian food industry. From delivering homemade goodness and plant-based alternatives to revolutionizing grocery shopping and promoting sustainability, each startup brings a unique and innovative approach to food delivery. As they continue to grow and expand their services, these ventures are set to shape the future of food delivery in Canada, catering to the evolving needs and preferences of Canadian consumers.

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