Daalchini Technologies is planning to set up 100 vending machines in the next 6 months in Madhya Pradesh. The company aims to target 480+ corporates, 227 private and government colleges and coaching institutes, 21 big private and govt. hospitals, and 12 big manufacturing sites.
Following its ambitious expansion plan, Daalchini has recently announced an expansion in Madhya Pradesh with its launch in Indore city. The food tech start-up intends to provide reach to over 58 direct-to-consumer brands in Indore while offering logistics, warehousing, and delivery facilities.
Covering the entire Indore city and its nearby regions, Daalchini will offer its services across IT companies, corporates, hospitals, and educational institutes. A few D2C brands such as Kari Kari, NutriTatva, Priniti, Happy bar, HavIt, Why Fry, Daawat, Bio Ninja, Dole fruits, True elements, and others have already been associated with Daalchini. Serving 6-meals-a-day through its IoT-led ‘phygital’ vending machines, Daalchini aims to enable individuals to meet their daily nutrition and food requirement.
Prerna Kalra, Co-Founder and CEO, Daalchini Technologies, stated, “We feel customers based in Tier-II cities are often left out from trying new products due to supply-chain challenges. Aiming at addressing those issues, Daalchini is well-positioned to help brands scale faster in newer and promising markets while reaching out to a wider target group with its IoT-based technology.”
“Daalchini also plans to expand its horizon to Bhopal and Gwalior too in the near future, targeting potential markets in Western and Central India,” she further added.
Highlighting the growth potential of Indore, Vidya Bhushan, Co-Founder and COO, Daalchini Technologies, said, “Indore has a huge potential for this kind of automated retail solution and our major aim is to partner with educational institutions, corporates, hospitals, industries, and hotels to provide instant snacking options that too at a very affordable price.”