Coronavirus Lockdown: PepsiCo India partners with Dunzo to deliver food products at consumers' doorsteps
Food and beverages major PepsiCo India on Tuesday said it has tied up with on-demand delivery service platform Dunzo to deliver its products from four food brands at consumers' doorsteps
New Delhi: Food and beverages major PepsiCo India on Tuesday said it has tied up with on-demand delivery service platform Dunzo to deliver its products from four food brands at consumers' doorsteps.
The initiative has been launched as a pilot in Bengaluru to deliver PepsiCo’s products from food brands Lay’s, Kurkure, Doritos and Quaker.
The company is planning to expand the service to Mumbai, Gurugram, Delhi, and Jaipur, a joint statement said.
The initiative has currently been launched as a pilot in Bengaluru and will eventually expand to 4 more cities across Mumbai, Gurugram, Delhi, and Jaipur pic.twitter.com/dl8pxeuU0c
— CNBC-TV18 (@CNBCTV18Live) May 26, 2020
As part of the initiative, Dunzo would host Lay's e-store on its app and would deliver products within an hour of ordering.
”The tie-up with Dunzo will further strengthen our ‘Direct-to-Customer’ initiative and provide our products at the customers’ doorstep," PepsiCo India Senior Director, Marketing Dilen Gandhi said.
Dunzo CEO & Co-Founder Kabeer Biswas said: “Partnership with PepsiCo India will give users access to the products they love while maintaining the highest quality of safety standards in the packaging as well as the delivery of these essential products.”
During the lockdown, several FMCG companies have partnered with app-based delivery platforms to send their essential products at the doorsteps of the consumers.
Now a video of the incident is making rounds on the internet and honestly, we believe that the delivery executive might have given tough competition to Simran
A wide range of symptoms, including brain fog, fatigue, coughing, and shortness of breath, are associated with long COVID and may be caused by harm to or dysfunction of various organ systems. Read more.
The active cases comprises 0.10 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has increased to 98.72 per cent, the health ministry said