Bay Area Businesses Left With Unpaid Bills After Startup Zero Grocery Shuts Down

Several Bay Area businesses said they are dealing with unpaid bills across the board after a local startup and food delivery company suddenly shut down.

Emily Winston, the owner of Boichik Bagels in Berkeley said she recently survived the pandemic and supply chain issues. But now, she said that she is dealing with the sudden closure of Zero Grocery, a Bay Area startup that offered a plastic-free grocery delivery service.

“I was just scrolling Instagram and I came across an Instagram post saying, ‘You know. Bad news, we’re out of business.’ And I was really shocked,” she said.

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