Mohsin Memon `14CBS saw the tremendous market opportunity in further digitalizing the food sector, since only 5% of the $70 billion restaurant delivery and takeout market in the United States is ordered digitally. He took this, and combined it with his desire to help fight a cause he cares about dearly: childhood hunger.
ShareBite is a food ordering app with a social twist — it’s both charitable and communal. The charitable aspect promises that 2% of every transaction being given to a charity of the customer’s choice, with over one million charities to choose from. The communal portion allows users to see what neighbors and friends are ordering, and what dishes are trending in a given area.
ShareBite’s preferred charity is with City Harvest, where a meal is provided for a child facing hunger in NYC for every meal ordered on the platform. Sign up today!