Eating healthy is important not only for athletes but for everyone to live a happy life and Delicc’s products do just that for you.
Delicc, an E-commerce website looking out for your need of healthy snacking which now has become a lifestyle is projecting a double-digit monthly percentage growth in their revenue and are looking to generate a monthly revenue of over 2CR within the next 6 months. They are looking for seed funds in the near future. To maintain a certain lifestyle, eating habits play a major role and our regular snacks add to the calories.
Eating healthy is important not only for athletes but for everyone to live a happy life and Delicc’s products do just that for you. Gives you amazing flavours, a healthy body while fulfilling your soul with the goodness of ragi and oats.
“Started from healthy snacks and beverages, but now seeing the traction our products are getting, we are planning to expand to other categories like spreads, honey and much more to name a few with the aim to cover an assorted range of premium and healthy products within the packaged food products segment says Garima, CEO, Delicc.
Healthy products often come at a premium. At Delicc they want to make healthy and high-quality products accessible to all. They are looking to create our own private label brands to fill this gap and provide our customers with affordable, healthy, and quality products.
Delicc aims to be a unique platform where consumers can educate themselves about various food products, diets and healthy eating habits while having access to rich and easily interpretable information pertaining to each product. The company rely on technology to create a unique user experience around food discovery, which most retailers do not focus on. In addition to this, they will also implement data analytics to create private label products more suited to each customer’s needs and requirements.
To sum it up, the brand is unique in its commitment to food and empowering consumers to make better choices for themselves and their loved ones.
Source: Business World