Meat & seafood start-up TenderCuts strengthens its presence in Bengaluru
The brand would be strengthening its presence in Bengaluru with addition of more stores in the coming months across different neighbourhoods.
Chennai-based start-up TenderCuts, India’s first omni-channel and tech-driven fresh meat and seafood company, sets foot in Bengaluru with the launch of its offline stores and online delivery.
Currently, the residents in vicinities of JP Nagar, Koramangala and HSR Layout would be the first group of privileged customers to have an exciting purchasing experience of buying meat and seafood from an organized retail store, as this would be the first organized meat and seafood retail store in Bengaluru.The brand would be strengthening its presence in Bengaluru with addition of more stores in the coming months across different neighbourhoods.
Commenting on this milestone, Nishanth Chandran, Founder & CEO at TenderCuts stated, “Since our first launch in Chennai in 2016, our experience has been nothing short of extraordinary. We are humbled by the response we have received from our customers, which has helped us to grow and become as one of the most preferred brand for purchase of hygienic meat and seafood. With our expertise as the market leader in Hyderabad and Chennai, TenderCuts takes a leap ahead into the Bangalore market with constant passion towards delivering the highest quality of fresh meat and seafood."
In continuation to its steady growth of expansion, TenderCuts has recently raised Rs 110 crore ($15 million) in a round led by Paragon Partners, a mid-market PE fund with participation from NABVENTURES, an agri-food tech VC fund backed by NABARD. In addition to the capital received from NABARD, TenderCuts also leverages NABARD’s network of over 5000 plus farmer producer organisations which includes over 1 million farmers, which helps TenderCuts to augment its supply chain, by establishing direct partnerships with local farming and fishing communities and strong backward links to guarantee absolute freshness.