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Online grocer now delivers to 26 cities in India.
Leading Indian online grocer Big Basket recently announced its aim to double turnover by FY20. At the launch of its latest operations centre in Kochi, its CEO Mr. Hari Menon, disclosed that sales revenue in 2019 was about US$460m and it is targeting to earn US$904m by the end of 2020.
To support its ambition, Big Basket has introduced new innovations such as a fresh milk subscription programme, health and beauty products and unmanned vending machines.
At the opening of its latest collection centre, shoppers from the state of Kerala now have a choice of 22,000 products, across 3,000 brands. These items include fresh produce, groceries as well as cosmetic products.
As part of its introductory promotions, Big Basket is offering the first 2,000 shoppers a 10% cashback on all orders for a period of three months. In addition, all orders above INR1,200 (US$17) enjoy free delivery. The company recently shared that it fulfils about 100,000 orders every day and has more than 12 million registered members.
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