Choco partners up with DoorDash on its international expansion in Germany, starting with Stuttgart


Choco, the company digitizing the food supply chain to be more sustainable and less wasteful, is looking forward to supporting DoorDash, one of the largest food delivery services, with its international ambition.

Both companies are sharing the same mission: building a sustainable global food system and helping everyday restaurants to be more efficient, from delivery to the back of the house.

To pursue this mission, Choco has sourced and negotiated with its own supplier's network in Germany, a large range of climate-neutral food packaging to propose them at a highly competitive price. DoorDash merchants will now be able to benefit from this exclusive service via the Choco app.

More than 100 packaging products are available, from pizza boxes to chopsticks, to cover all types of restaurants' needs. A dedicated Choco support team is available 24/7 for DoorDash merchants to answer their questions.

“Together, with DoorDash, we can truly drive value to restaurants from both ends. While DoorDash enables restaurants to sell more meals and to increase their revenues, we help them to source sustainable ingredients to cook those meals” said Daniel Khachab, CEO and co-founder of Choco. “Through this partnership, we support DoorDash’s launch in Europe by providing easy access to packaging solutions that have minimal environmental impact and footprint for all of DoorDash’s merchants in Germany. This is not only a win for the restaurant industry but also for the planet, as we remove harmful aluminum and styrofoam from food delivery. We’re very excited to work with a partner like DoorDash, with the same values as us at Choco.”

Headquartered in Berlin, and operating across six markets including the United States, Germany, France, Spain, Austria, and Belgium; Choco is reshaping the food industry and accelerating its digitalization. The platform provides an ordering workflow and communications process for producers and restaurants, a mechanism that aims to reduce, if not eliminate, a number of traditional operating expenses and food waste.

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