Sprig Raises $10M From Greylock To Bring Healthy, Inexpensive Meals To Your Door

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Sprig , a food delivery service that brings healthy, inexpensive meals to San Francisco residents’ doors, has raised $10 million in Series A funding from Greylock Partners with Battery Ventures and Accel participating. As part of the funding, Greylock partner Simon Rothman is joining Sprig’s board, and we’re told the investment is the first one from Greylock’s $100 million marketplace initiative announced last year.

The company previously raised $2 million in seed financing from Battery Ventures, Accel, Rothman, Andrew McCollum, Larry Braitman, Haroon Mokhtarzada, Darian Shirazi, MHS Capital, Jim Payne, Dan Martell, Andrew Garvin, and Pascal Levy-Garboua.

Sprig brings locally sourced, sustainable, seasonal meals directly to your home or office, and gives customers a choice of a three different meal choices for delivery. Meals cost $10 each (plus a $2 delivery fee that includes tip and tax) and generally include one entrée selection and a couple of sides. Sprig users make…

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