ZeroCater founder and CEO Arram Sabeti moved to the Bay Area after becoming a bit obsessed with Paul Graham’s essays.
Patch: So you thought to create your own lunchbox?
A couple Stanford Business School grads have started a company in the Bay Area to deliver lunch to office workers.
The move targets the demographic of busy, often guilt-ridden parents and their habit of reaching for pre-packaged convenience lunches for their kids, sometimes at the drive-through window.
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