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The Delhi-based startup will utilize the fresh fund to reach 5 million consumers to become one of India's fastest-growing D2C brands to reach the INR 100 crore mark
Bengaluru-based Samosa Singh said it would use the funds to scale up operations, increase production capabilities, and expand in multi-cities, while also entering households through a delivery via cloud kitchen model.
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"We are now a consumer-centric brand which is leading us into the next gen of consumers," says Aditya Bagri