July 4: To cater to seafood enthusiasts, an online platform for all things meat, Indian Meat inducts Cambay Tiger, a trustworthy seafood brand, with the aim to deliver the finest of meat and seafood brands all under one roof. Through this association, Indian Meat will continue to delight its customers with delectable add-ons from reputed brands and further strengthen their ever growing product portfolio, which is a key growth area for the brand.
Elevating the online shopping experience like never before, tying up with one of the oldest seafood companies with a commitment to deliver fresh, hygienic and highest quality food, this leading startup is organizing the country’s supply chain in the best way imaginable. A range check that comprises European Pork Ham, Chicken Kebabs, Prawns, Fish Steaks, Halal Nuggets, Burgers, Plant-Based Meat options and more, Indian Meat offers it all.
Talking about the collaboration, Ms. Mrinalini, Founder at Indian meat, said, “We at Indian Meat strive to give our customers the access to the freshest and tastiest seafood and meat experience possible, from each and every renowned meat brand available across the market. We are extremely proud to join hands with a like-minded partner like Cambay Tiger and look forward to treating consumers to an easy, new experience in the comfort of their homes.”
Indian Meat’s vision is to create a one-stop shop for everything meat, especially for the new-age, health conscious and time pressed individuals. Over a quick period of time, this frozen food brand has ensured to make its way to build an encouraging meat & seafood community for consumers with a bunch of leading trusted meat brands under its umbrella namely Meatzza, Oasis, Greenest, Bun Maska and shall continue doing so.
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