Hyperpure, a subsidiary of Zomato has been ramped from the earlier 6K sq. feet to 30K sq. feet. This
decision has been taken considering the growing purchases of restaurateurs. The current space of the
warehouse can effectually serve over 2,500 restaurants, as reported by the Indian daily news, Inc42.
Hyperpure was mainly launched by Zomato in August, FY18. The business model, Hyperpure supplies
various food ingredients such as vegetables, fruits and meat to its customers. Within the
three-months-period, the service orders of restaurants have incremented by three times.
To address the growing demand, we have moved to a 30,000 sq ft warehouse in Bengaluru and will
soon launch an even larger warehouse in Delhi. We will open Hyperpure warehouses in nine more cities across India by the end of this year, and eventually, across our international markets, said Dhruv
Sawhney, founder of Hyperpure, as reported by the Indian daily news, Inc42.
The food-tech company, Zomato claims that it closely works with farmers, mills, producers and
processors to ensure freshness of the products which are sold to the restaurateurs. At present, the
company has almost hundred suppliers to work with Hyperpure, as the Indian daily news, Inc42.