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FreshToHome’s efficient supply chain is keeping the lockdown menu exciting

FreshToHome’s robust supply chain has given it an edge over its competition during the lockdown. Its exhaustive back-end integration, which includes sourcing freshwater fish and poultry directly from fishermen and farmers to ensure quality and freshness, has kept delivery possible during such trying times. However, procuring seafood and red meat is still a challenge.
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5 May 2020 10 Mins Read 3 comments
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The lockdown has severely impacted the country’s food retail supply chain. While efforts are made to keep the essentials available, giving a boost to grocery retailers and other fresh-produce sales, the same cannot be said about the fresh meat and poultry market. “Supply for us has gotten really irregular. This is creating massive issues. Most of the good-quality
“Our supply for poultry and freshwater fish is steady. But the smaller farmers are fighting for everyday sales. Normalcy is coming back, but the farmers who are not associated with any online retailers, and offline retailers in general will have a tough period till the lockdown continues,” adds a concerned Kadavil. ( Graphics by Mohammad Arshad)
The lockdown has severely impacted the country’s food retail supply chain. While efforts are made to keep the essentials available, giving a boost to grocery retailers and other fresh-produce sales, the same cannot be said about the fresh meat and poultry market. “Supply for us has gotten really irregular. This is creating massive issues. Most of the good-quality “Our supply for poultry and freshwater fish is steady. But the smaller farmers are fighting for everyday sales. Normalcy is coming back, but the farmers who are not associated with any online retailers, and offline retailers in general will have a tough period till the lockdown continues,” adds a concerned Kadavil. ( Graphics by Mohammad Arshad)

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