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Happilo: Farmer's son and a nutty biz selling good health in small packs

Vikas Nahar's enterprise does Rs 40 cr a month on average, selling exotic and local nuts processed at 16,000 sq ft of processing space that he now plans to scale up by another 100,000 sq ft

cashew nuts | healthy foods | healthy life food

Namit Gupta  |  New Delhi 

Vikas Nahar, founder, Happilo, with some of the firm's products
Vikas Nahar, founder, Happilo, with some of the firm's products

The name of the enterprise is essentially a portmanteau of the words 'Happiness' and 'Love'. Add heaps of good health to that, and you have a six-year-old enterprise called Happilo, set up by someone who grew up 250 km from Bengaluru in a family engaged in growing coffee and pepper.



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First Published: Wed, September 21 2022. 16:48 IST