In the midst of an economic crisis and downfall of many top organizations falling for a loss food chain businesses have paved their way amongst this crisis.
Swiggy recently bought rival Dunzo, a Bangalore-based food-tech major and have taken over their food chain business. The online food-chain is planning to expand its business by setting up Swiggy stores in Bengaluru and Hyderabad. The store was first launched in Gurugram and it is an on-demand delivery service.
After Swiggy’s beta testing that was initiated initially for a few customers in the city have recently launched Swiggy Go which allows customers to send packages anywhere in the city. The company is planning to expand its food-chain business to over 300 cities. Moreover, the Swiggy app will also have a Swiggy Go option for the users.
Task such as drop off laundry, get forgotten keys, send lunch boxes from home to office or even deliver documents are among few things that Swiggy will provide to their users.
“Swiggy’s vision is to elevate the quality of life of urban consumers by offering unparalleled convenience. After enabling this with food delivery for five years and stores across the city’s with Swiggy Stores, Go will open the Swiggy delivery superpower to all consumers in the city,” Sriharsha Majety, CEO, Swiggy, said in a statement.
Swiggy has partnered with major food brands such as Godrej Nature’s Basket, Nilgiri’s, Organic World, Heads Up For Tails and Nandu Chicken in Bangalore. In Hyderabad city, it has a tie-up with Ratnadeep, Ghanshyam, Sneha Chicken, Yellow and Greens, and 24 Organic Mantra.
Along with Swiggy rival Amazon is also prepping up to launch its own food delivery service and are in the process of planning to merge its business with grocery delivery service.