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Indian delicacies finding place on global platter

Nov 6, 2018 by The Passage Team
Indian delicacies finding place on global platter

Global demand for Indian flavours and scope of higher profitability are urging more Indian food startups to gun for foreign shores.

After Gurgaon-based startup Burger Singh started operations in the UK, it’s the turn of two more startups specialising in Indian food to expand overseas. Inspired by Mumbai-style street food, Vada Pow, led by Indian entrepreneur Naveen Bachani, has started selling Maharashtra’s native dish vada pav in over 195 retail stores in Ireland.

Funded by Enterprise Ireland, one of Europe’s leading venture capital funds, Vada Pow is currently planning to enter Germany, the UK and Sweden.

Source: The Times of India

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