Unilever invests in Indian food and grocery delivery startup

Unilever invests in Indian food and grocery delivery startup

Unilever has invested in the Gurgaon-based food and grocery delivery startup Milkbasket.

According to local sources, Milkbasket makes morning home deliveries of  milk, bread, eggs and butterand is looking to add further grocery lines to its service.

Customers put their orders in via an app up to midnight on the previous day.

Milkbasket currently takes 6,000 orders a day. They are predominantly in the Gurgaon area but the company has ambitions to expand to other locations.

 

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