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FreshToHome to Invest Rs 1K crore in Telangana

Shan Kadavil, Co-Founder, FreshtoHome Hyderabad: FreshToHome (FTH), the world’s largest fully integrated e-commerce platform for fresh fish, meat, and seafood, has announced fresh investments in a phased outlay of up to Rs 1,000 crore in Telangana. In the next five years, FreshToHome will deploy funds to strengthen its presence across the state that has the largest percentage of meat consumers with more than 98% of its population consuming non-veg. Studies reveal that the average per capita consumption of non-veg is 1.4 kilos per month in Telangana. An investment-friendly hub, Telangana is one of the high traction customer bases in South India. In the last two quarters alone, FreshToHome has witnessed 6x growth in Hyderabad and has been successfully acquiring new customers month-on-month both at online and offline touchpoints. Shan Kadavil, Co-Founder, FreshToHome, said, “Telangana is one of the fastest-growing states in India, and is a huge potential market for FreshToHome. We will, directly and indirectly, invest in capabilities that will help us serve our customers in distribution, cold chain, and sourcing capabilities. Our recent growth in Telangana …

FreshToHome announces investments upto ₹1,000 crore in Telangana

Shan Kadavil, Co-Founder, FreshtoHome Leading e-commerce platform for fresh fish, meat, and seafood — FreshToHome (FTH) — on 23 June announced fresh investments in a phased outlay of up to ₹1,000 crore in Telangana. The platform aims to deploy funds to strengthen its presence across the state that has the largest percentage of meat consumers with more than 98 per cent of its population consuming non-veg. As per study in Telangana, the average per capita consumption of non-veg is 1.4 kilos per month. In the last two quarters alone, FreshToHome has witnessed 6x growth in Hyderabad and has been successfully acquiring new customers month-on-month both at online and offline touchpoints. <Read More>

FreshToHome expects to clock revenues of ₹1,500-2,000 crore in FY23

Shan Kadavil, Co-Founder, FreshtoHome Clocking in promising revenue growth last year, FreshToHome, a direct-to-customer meat and seafood start-up, expects to continue growing its revenue base in FY23. The company told BusinessLine that it expects to reach a turnover of ₹1,500-2,000 crore in FY23. “We are the largest company in this segment, both in terms of revenue as well as orders. Last year, our revenue figures stood at ₹1,200 crore, which we expect to reach ₹1,500-2,000 crore in FY23,” said Shan Kadavil, CEO and founder, FreshToHome. The company receives a total of 2.5 million orders every month, across all categories. Kadavil said that there are plans to expand both nationally and internationally. On a national front, the company is building itself as a retail major. <Read More>

‘Surprising to see how quickly smaller cities have adapted to ordering meat online’: FreshToHome cofounder

Shan Kadavil, Co-Founder, FreshtoHome How far would you go to get your fish curry and rice right? Some like Shan Kadavil start their own company. Co-founder of FreshToHome, Kadavil started the meat and seafood e-commerce platform when his fish supplier shut shop. Since then, he’s promised to make fresh non-vegetarian ingredients available in every corner of the country. And now, he’s hungry to grow. In an exclusive chat with Storyboard18, Kadavil shares the company’s plans for expansion and reducing delivery time, focusing on ready-to-eat options, and roping in Ranveer Singh for a campaign. <Read More>

How FreshToHome is Integrating Emergent Technologies To Improve Supply Chain Efficiencies

Shan Kadavil, Founder, FreshtoHome The last few years have seen major developments within the dairy and meat sector, particularly concerning the supply chain side of things. If you are someone who likes to get daily essentials of meat and dairy to be available at your home in time, chances are you have heard of these start-ups FreshToHome, Licious, Zappfresh, Grubmarket, Farmdrop, Peapod, and Enedao.com. These are dairy and meat delivery start-ups that have come up in the last ten years which have pioneered new changes in the supply chain like sourcing materials directly from fishermen and farmers. Bengaluru-based FreshToHome has been working to up the ante by bringing in newer technologies to make the entire supply more efficient. “Our technology-enabled platform ensures that middlemen are cut out and the product reaches the end consumer within 24 -36 hours,” said Shan Kadavil, Co-Founder and CEO, FreshToHome. “We have incorporated technology to the length and breadth of our business, right from sourcing to supply chain to our delivery mechanism.” The meat and dairy industry is largely unregulated with a serious …