CureFit buys health-food delivery firm Kristys Kitchen
Dr. Avantika Batish is working as Director Strategy and Healthcare at International Health Emergency Learning and Preparedness. Also, guest faculty for MBA (HR) and MBA Healthcare Management at various B-Schools and is a soft skills trainer.
Prevention has four important aspects- eating healthy, active lifestyle, mental wellness, regular health check-ups. Bangalore based healthcare and fitness start-up, CureFit Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. aims to fulfil these aspects with the vision of making every individual healthy with a holistic approach towards healthy living. With this in mind CureFit has acquired online health-food delivery company, Kristys Kitchen.
CureFit provides services such as fitness advice and medicine deliveries with the intention of introducing services in mental wellness, health food and fitness on its soon to be launched mobile application.
Kristys Kitchen has a kitchen in Bangalore and claims to be operationally cash positive and servicing over 250 orders a day. The company had raised $15 million in series-A round of funding last year in July.
CureFit plans to offer its three main planned services—health food subscriptions, Cult fitness subscriptions and mental wellness offering, focusing on prevention side of healthcare. CureFit will be launching fitness, mental wellness—DIY (do-it yourself) packs of yoga and meditation within the next three months.