Swiggy announces Rs. 175 crores investment for 1,000 cloud kitchens across 14 Indian cities to assist its restaurant partners through its Swiggy Access move. Swiggy said it will invest extra Rs. 75 crores to bring more partner cloud kitchens in 12 new cities by March 2020.
The Swiggy Access activity empowers restaurant partners to extend to more areas both inside their city and crosswise over new cities through cloud kitchens. Swiggy said it has put resources into over a million square feet of land space crosswise over 14 cities to support huge, medium and little restaurant partners grow to more areas.
CEO of New Supply, Swiggy, Vishal Bhatia said, “With the massive growth in online food ordering over the last 2-3 years, India has leapfrogged the widespread in-restaurant dining culture that was prevalent in many international markets. Swiggy has always maintained that cloud kitchens will be the future of food delivery.”
This declaration comes a couple of days after Swiggy CEO, Sriharsha Majety talked about the organization making noteworthy interests in pods to explain for the supply nationwide holes. Cases house the cloud kitchens of restaurant partners on Swiggy Access. Majety additionally talked about how Swiggy will scale up these units to be inside a 10-minute reach of 99 percent of its buyers.
Bhatiya added, “Over the last two years, Swiggy has invested over Rs 175 crores towards setting up and running these kitchens. This success has encouraged us to invest an additional Rs 75 crore to bring more partner cloud kitchens in 12 new cities by March 2020.”
David Rose is the Contributing Editor for All Go News. Rose’s first job was with the London magazine Time Out, he worked as a reporter there. He is married and has four children. His interests include mountaineering, rock-climbing and caving.