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Meet The Founder Of The App That Is Going To Change The Way The World Eats


Back in 20176, Just Eat made a £20,000 investment. Now Nutrifix has over 5,000 users and has acquired data for almost 5,000 meals from over 9,000 locations and 90 vendors. We caught up with the app's young founder Joel Burgess to understand how he got here and where he plans to take the app. (Forbes Real Time) More More

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