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No doubt, Indian Startups did the great job in 2020. WEXT India Ventures is coming with list of Indian food and health startups, handcrafted in india from food and health industries that deals with the online food & medicines delivery, streamline the medical appointements, health-centric practices. All of the mentioned startups is on peak in complete 2020.

List of Indian Food and Health Startups handcrafted in India:

Zomato

Founders: Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah
Founded in: 2008

Zomato is a Gurgaon-based online mobile app platform and well-known as indian food delivery startup for the discovery of mouthwatering food, restaurants, order/pick-up and for booking a table. Zomato was founded by Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah in 2008. it’s an Indian restaurant-search and discovery service that allows you to search from over 1,000,000 restaurants across the world and currently operates in 24 countries. The app and website also provide information and reviews of restaurants while allowing users to upload images of the menu items they order.

1mg

Founders: Prashant Tandon, Vikas Chauhan and Gaurav Agarwal
Founded in: 2015

1mg is a provider of a web pharmac which includes doctor listing and teleconsultation services. It offers a web pharmacy store where the user can check medicines, compare prices and buy them online. The user can also upload prescriptions for ordering the medicine. It provides online consultations with Doctors. The user can look for a doctor he/she want to consult and may book a meeting with the same.

Swiggy

Founders: Sriharsha Majety, Nandan Reddy, and Rahul Jaimini
Founded in: 2014

Swiggy is a Bangalore-based food order and delivery venture that gives food services solutions for restaurants. Swiggy was founded by the trio of Sriharsha Majety, Nandan Reddy, and Rahul Jaimini in 2014. Vishal Bhatia is its CEO. They deliver food and desserts from restaurants to the customers within 40 minutes. The company’s smartphone-equipped delivery personnel provide deliveries to customers through an app that runs on routing algorithms. Customers also can track their orders in real-time. When Swiggy began, it offered free deliveries. Today, Swiggy charges its customers Rs. 30 (average) for a delivery but also provides free delivery on ordering more.

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FreshMenu

Founder: Rashmi Daga
Founded in: 2014

FreshMenu is a Bangalore-based restaurant that works on the concept of cloud kitchen and a go for neighborhood food delivery. It offers freshly prepared food from cuisines like oriental, continental, Italian, Mughlai etc. The startup offers a menu that changes daily and delivers freshly prepared meals at the customer’s doorstep within 45 minutes. It operates through kitchens spread across the town and owns a delivery fleet.

Practo

Founder: Shashank ND
Founded in: 2008

Practo offers a web platform for appointment booking, telemedicine, and practice management. It offers a web-based platform that benefits both patients and doctors. It enables patients to flick through doctor profiles online and book confirmed appointments. The platform offers a subscription-based cloud product called Practo ray that permits doctors and clinics to manage their practice and a reputation management solution. Consumers can manage their reports and medical data using the app. The platform also offers a chat-based telemedicine platform. The users can order medicine by using the platform.

Faasos

Founders: Jaydeep Barman and Kallol Banerjee
Founded in: 2011

Faasos Food Services Pvt. Ltd. is a Pune-based “food on demand” startup. Faasos was founded by Jaydeep Barman and Kallol Banerjee in 2011. It’s a online food ordering platform that currently operates in 16 Indian cities and takes customer orders through its mobile app and website. Faasos has an operational model wherein it aggregates different restaurant chains and individual restaurants to deliver an outsized sort of dishes. It’s succeeded in striking a balance between scalability and sustainability.

PharmEasy

Founders: Dharmil Sheth & Dr. Dhaval Shah
Founded in: 2014

PharmEasy may be a provider of a web platform for ordering medicines and diagnostic tests. It offers a smartphone app for ordering medicines from an area pharmacy and residential sample collection for diagnostic testing from nearby labs. Users can upload the image of their prescription and place orders with the local pharmacy. Also, enables users to look and book for diagnostic tests with home samples collection.

Box8

Founders: Anshul Gupta and Amit Raj
Founded in: 2012

Box8 may be a Mumbai-based Indian quick service chain. Box8 is one of well known name in indian food delivery companies. Box8 provides users a web platform to flick through various product menus and place orders for home delivery. The app is out there on iOS and Android platforms.

The startup has raised $12 million which was further utilized to create technology, expand the team and build a seamless customer experience across its mobile and website platforms. It currently operates in Mumbai, Bangalore, and Pune. The investor list includes names like Trifecta Capital, Mayfield, IIFL Wealth Management, Seed Venture Fund, and 42 others.

Cure.fit

Founders: Mukesh Bansal
Founded in: 2016

Curefit is an integrated health and fitness platform and well-known as indian healthcare startup that specialize in preventive healthcare space that permits users to manage their health proactively through various service offerings. It has a sequence of fitness centers under the brand name CultFit, like web mental wellness platform under the brand MindFit and a healthy food delivery platform under the brand EatFit. The Eat Fit platform provides healthy meals, snacks, and beverages. It also provides meal subscriptions.

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