Walmart and the Flipkart Group today announced a fresh round of investment in Ninjacart, the innovative startup disrupting India’s fresh produce market with its made-for-India business-to-business (B2B) supply chain infrastructure and technology solutions.
World Diabetes Day is marked every year on 14th November and according to the International Diabetes Federation, the theme for this year's World Diabetes Day is Family and Diabetes.
In 2011, a Belgian college student ate pasta for lunch, like he had every afternoon that week, and died 10 hours later. The pasta he ate was made 5 days earlier and had been left unrefrigerated.
The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organisation believes that everyone has an important part to play right from farmers, agri businesses, government, institutions, Private businesses, traders, teachers and individuals.
Hear Thiru, our Co-Founder and CEO, talk about how we are bringing technological disruption to an age-old supply chain, to solve problems of wastage, inefficiencies, fragmentation and more; and how Ninjacart is on the cusp of exponential growth.
Ninjacart has raised $100 million in funding from Tiger Global. We source fruits and vegetables from farmers across 20+ Indian states and deliver to 17,000+ local kiranas and restaurants in 7 major Indian cities daily in less than 12 hours.
Ninjacart closed its Rs. 250 crores series B funding round from Accel US, Syngenta Ventures (Switzerland / USA), Neoplux (South Korea), Jo Hirao (Founder of ZIGExN), HR Capital (Russia) and Trifecta Capital.
Ninjacart, India's leading B2B agri-marketing platform that connects farmers to businesses, has raised Rs.37 Cr ($5.5 million) from Accel Partners, Nandan Nilekani's NRJN Trust, Mistletoe, Qualcomm Ventures, and M&S Partners.