Oh My Green, a startup that provides corporate snacking and catering services, announced today that it has raised a $20 million seed round.

Based in the Bay Area, Oh My Green (OMG) offers healthy snacks as a service, coffee and office vending for corporate clients. But the company also offers a full suite of food-related services such as redesigning your corporate kitchen, managing your company cafes, and providing chef-made catering.

OMG’s $20 million announced today was the total amount of funding raised by the company since 2016. Twenty million is a lot of cheddar for seed money, though to be fair, Cafe X pulled in a $12 million “Seed-1” round this past August.

OMG’s funding also comes towards the end of what has been a roller coaster year for corporate catering startups. On the one hand, it’s been downright frothy for these companies: SnackNation raised $12 million, ZeroCater raised $12 million to expand into corporate snacks, and ezCater raised a whopping $100 million. On the other hand, we saw consolidation as Peach laid off 33 percent of its staff, EAT Club acquired Farm Hill, and Square bought Zesty.

Suffice it to say that OMG has plenty of competition in the corporate eating space. Now we’ll see if the company’s healthy eating hook and full-service approach will be enough to make oh so many greenbacks.

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