CEO of Zomato Deepinder Goyal wed Grecia Munoz, a model, and returned in February after their honeymoon. On Instagram, Munoz identified as a television host. Goyal recently withdrew the proposal after receiving criticism over the veggie delivery service’s green attire. 

According to those acquainted with the situation, Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal married model Grecia Munoz almost a month ago, as reported. Former model Munoz was born in Mexico. She is now developing her own company for premium consumer goods.

According to one of the people mentioned above who asked to remain anonymous, Goyal, the creator of the meal delivery service, and Munoz, who was born in Mexico, returned from their honeymoon in February. Munoz’s Instagram bio states that she is “now at home in India.” In her Threads profile, she also identifies as a television host. Munoz posted pictures of herself visiting well-known Delhi places in January. Goyal’s second marriage is to Munoz, who according to her Instagram bio won the 2022 Metropolitan Fashion Week in the United States.

Located in Gurgaon Deepinder Goyal, 41, left his position at consulting firm Bain & Company in 2008 to co-found food delivery and restaurant aggregator Zomato (formerly known as

Plans for distinct green uniforms for a new vegetarian-only meal delivery service named “Pure Veg Mode” and “Pure Veg Fleet” caused a significant outcry against Goyal and Zomato this week.

Goyal announced on Wednesday that the delivery agents will still wear their present red t-shirts or shirts, and that the business will abandon its plans to implement a green dress code for both green boxes and delivery people.

“We have made the decision to discontinue the on-ground segregation of this fleet using the color green, even though we will still maintain a fleet for vegetarians. Goyal declared on X (formerly Twitter) that “all our riders—both our regular fleet and our fleet for vegetarians—will wear the color red.” Goyal declined to provide a response for this story.

Three years ago, Goyal became one of the richest individuals in India following Zomato’s successful IPO. Then, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index put his net worth at $650 million, taking into account his Zomato ownership.