E-commerce major Amazon.in has expanded its ‘Pantry’ service to more than 110 cities in India. The company bets big on the grocery category for driving growth in business.
In November 2018, Amazon Pantry was available in 40 cities. The service has been aggressively expanding its presence to smaller cities in the country.
Saurabh Srivastava, Director Category Management, Amazon India, said, “Consumables is a fast-growing category for Amazon.in. Amazon Pantry has become popular with customers. We have now added more than 70 cities and towns in the last six-seven months to take the total number of cities covered by Amazon Pantry to 110.”
“Customers even in smaller cities like Ichalkaranji in Maharashtra, Kaithal in Haryana and Belgaum in Karnataka now have access to Amazon Pantry,” he added.
Amazon Pantry gives access to customers of about 5,000 products from more than 500 brands across categories such as staples, household supplies, personal care, and others.