Food industry in India is growing especially since food bloggers have made it more diverse and noticeable. The pandemic forced people to isolate and rely heavily on delivery apps. Now, this has become a habit and in turn a great convenience. And in order to satisfy foodies there are a number of startups which have opened up. New businesses in the food and drink industry are every bit as innovative and exciting as any other. These innovative companies have opened up new markets for anything from gourmet treats to convenient meal delivery services by capitalising on technological advances.
Browse the list down below to learn more about some of the most exciting startup companies in the food and drink industry.
SLAY Coffee was launched in 2019 in Bangalore, Karnataka, India by Lakshmi Dasaka and Chaitanya Chitta. SLAY Coffee provides consumers with a hassle-free experience by delivering a handcrafted, gourmet cup of coffee in spill-proof and temperature-controlled packaging. They offer not only a gourmet coffee experience for customers on the go, but they also make quality coffee affordable to consumers around the country. Every cup of SLAY is sure to be a delight, with an unwavering focus on quality and convenience.
Urban Platter was formed by brothers Chirag and Dhaval Kenia in 2015. Based in Mumbai, its mission is to provide Simply Good Food to customers who value having a meaningful experience with their food. It is their goal to become your one-stop shop for all of your shopping needs, from basic necessities to exotic treats. Their staff separates the good from the bad and simplifies your decision-making process. Put your feet up, kick back, and prepare some tasty treats!
In 2016, Shauravi Malik, Meghana Narayan, and Umang Bhattacharyya established Slurrp Farm in Gurgaon, Delhi. The goal at Slurrp Farm is to make healthy snacks for kids as popular as Oreos. Supergrains such millets (ragi, jowar, bajra, foxtail millet, and amaranth) are used to make their meals, which is why they are so healthy. Our goods’ combination of natural flavours makes them not only tasty but also easy on the stomach.
Pankaj Aswani and Yashika Keswani introduced the Coolberg brand in 2016. This new company out of Mumbai makes beer with a genuine flavour and some unusual, but delicious, twists. The organisation operates in both major and secondary urban hubs. This startup, which has been around for four years, plans to expand into additional cities in India and farther into the market, as well as eventually branch out into worldwide markets.
Vivek Rajkumar established Aibono in the Indian city of Bangalore, Karnataka. Aibono was the first artificial intelligence (AI) powered Fresh Food Aggregator in India. They created the Seed-to-plateTM platform, a next-generation disruption that uses Predictive Analytics, Precision Farming, and Just-in-Time harvests to match the production of highly perishable fruits and vegetables with their immediate consumption.
Try to have a taste of the delicious food and beverages these startups have to offer. You never know when one can be the best pick for you.