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Instacart founder of Indian descent charged for unethical trade practices

According to the complaint, Mehta and Singh used the information to create a company that impersonated dawn and had a phoney website.

Co-founder of Instacart, Apoorva Mehta (Twitter)

Indian-Canadian cofounder of grocery delivery service Instacart Apoorva Mehta is being sued for allegedly exploiting trade secrets that were misappropriated to create a healthcare venture that was a replica of an existing business which promoted weight loss.

Mehta, his business partner Tejasvi Singh, and their company Cloud Health Systems were sued by Hello Logistics Inc, doing business as NextMed, on charges of misappropriating trade secrets, copyright infringement and other offences. Both businesses have websites that promote weight loss.

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