mom & pop bodega inc.

93-20 101 avenue
ozone park, new york 11416

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
MARCH 22, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4377750

County
QUEENS

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Name History
2013 - MOM & POP BODEGA INC.









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  • Bodega is no bodega; Juicero ad lives on at AT&T Park
    By Chronicle Staff and News Services - Wednesday Sep 13, 2017

    This Bodega is no bodega Former Googlers Paul McDonald and Ashwath Rajan are disrupting the corner store — and their reputations. Their Oakland startup Bodega is essentially a hopped-up and hyped-up vending machine, pantry boxes with non-perishable stuff that people can buy through an app. Fast Company reported that some Latino leaders aren’t exactly thrilled with the idea and what it represents — like Frank Garcia, chairman of the New York State Coalition of Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “To me, it is offensive for people who are not Hispanic to use the name ‘bodega,’ to make a quick buck,” Garcia told Fast Company. “It’s disrespecting all the mom-and-pop bodega owners that started these businesses in the ’60s and ’70s.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Business and Technology News
  • Anyone Who’s Been To A Bodega Should Know Tech Can’t Kill Bodegas
    By Steve Bramucci - Wednesday Sep 13, 2017

    A new startup claims to be taking direct aim at mom and pop shops, but can Silicon Valley ever compete with the true bodega experience?

    Source: Uproxx
  • Bodega greatly overstated the number of its units
    By Elizabeth Segran - Tuesday Sep 26, 2017

    On September 13, we reported on a startup called Bodega that wants to eliminate the need to leave your apartment building to get sugar or shaving cream by setting up unmanned pantry boxes full of the things you usually get at your local mom-and-pop shop. The story unleashed a wave of criticism from bodega lovers …

    On September 13, we reported on a startup called Bodega that wants to eliminate the need to leave your apartment building to get sugar or shaving cream by setting up unmanned pantry boxes full of the things you usually get at your local mom-and-pop shop. The story unleashed a wave of criticism from bodega lovers around the country who felt that the company had appropriated the term “bodega” from the Latino community while also seeking to put that very institution out of business.

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    Source: Fast Company
  • Restaurant Review: At Don Peppe, Expect a Lot of Everything
    By PETE WELLS - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017

    The hallowed Italian-American restaurant is near the airport and the racetrack in Queens, but it’s in a world of its own.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
  • Startup Bodega’s glorified vending machines are sparking major Twitter backlash
    By Elizabeth Segran - Wednesday Sep 13, 2017

    This morning, we published a profile of a startup that created glorified vending machines that can be placed inside apartment buildings, dorms, and gyms. The concept itself is fairly benign. The problem was that the founders decided to call it Bodega and use a cat–a nod to the bodega cat–as a logo. To many readers, this … Continue reading “Startup Bodega’s glorified vending machines are sparking major Twitter backlash”

    This morning, we published a profile of a startup that created glorified vending machines that can be placed inside apartment buildings, dorms, and gyms. The concept itself is fairly benign. The problem was that the founders decided to call it Bodega and use a cat–a nod to the bodega cat–as a logo. To many readers, this immediately seemed like two Silicon Valley dudes had just appropriated a term beloved to many immigrants, while simultaneously creating a business designed to obliterate these neighborhood corner shops.

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    Source: Fast Company
  • Two Ex-Googlers Want To Make Bodegas And Mom-And-Pop Corner Stores Obsolete
    By Elizabeth Segran - Wednesday Sep 13, 2017

    Called Bodega, this startup installs unmanned pantry boxes in apartments, offices, dorms, and gyms. It promises convenience, but also represents competition for many mom-and-pop stores.

    While it sometimes feels like we do all of our shopping on the internet, government data shows that actually less than 10% of all retail transactions happen online. In a world where we get our groceries delivered in just two hours through Instacart or Amazon Fresh, the humble corner store–or bodega, as they are known in New York and Los Angeles–still performs a valuable function. No matter how organized you are, you’re bound to run out of milk or diapers in the middle of the night and need to make a quick visit to your neighborhood retailer.

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    Source: Fast Company