Food delivery startup Glenview is launching a mobile app that allows customers to get their food delivered to their homes.
The company, which uses data from grocery stores and restaurants to predict the number of orders it can process in a given day, is working with grocery and food delivery companies to develop the app.
Glenview has been working with companies such as Whole Foods, Whole Foods Market and the Seattle-based delivery startup, Eat24.
The startup is also developing the app to allow customers to pay for their food and then get their orders delivered.
The app, which will be available in Canada by the end of the year, uses data provided by a large number of food delivery apps, including Instacart, Instacard, and DoorDash.
Customers can pay for the delivery using credit card or PayPal.
Glensview says that about 20 per cent of its customers have reported using the app for the first time.
It expects to use about $500 million in revenue by 2020, mainly from the app, with another $1 billion expected in 2021.
“I think food delivery is a great fit for us,” Glensview co-founder Michael Zalewski said in an interview.
“It’s a really simple app that we think can work really well for our clients.”
The goal for the app is to be an awesome food delivery tool.
It’s not the perfect solution, but it’s a pretty good solution that will allow our clients to do things like buy more ingredients, and then be able to get those ingredients at the exact time they need them.
“Zalewski says the company has already spent about $300,000 on research, development and marketing.
He says the app will eventually be a revenue generator for the company.
Glengo said that, by 2020 and 2021, about 20-30 per cent will be customers ordering food, but that the number could go higher.
The first version of the app was launched last year and the app has been downloaded about 500,000 times.
The company is planning to release an update later this year to add the ability to buy ingredients in bulk and add ingredients in the grocery store.
The Glensiew app is a first for the Canadian market, and Zalowski says it is not an app for everyone.
But the company hopes that it will be popular and will encourage more food delivery services to use its service.
The CEO said that he and his team are working on an app that is more efficient and efficient than its competitors.
He says that the app can reduce food waste, reduce food spoilage and even lower prices.
Zalowski said that the company is now looking for funding to further develop the product.
Glenesight will be launching its own food delivery service in Canada next year.
The new service will be based in the United States, where Glenesight operates out of a facility in West Hollywood, California.
Gleneview said that it plans to spend $20 million in total over the next three years on the company’s food delivery business.
It says it plans on launching two food delivery operations in Canada and two in the U.S.