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Premji backed iD Fresh Food plans to foray into North Indian market

iD Fresh currently generates 75% of its Rs 2.75 bn revenues from Southern states and Maharashtra

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Samreen Ahmad 

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Ready-to-cook food company iD Fresh Food which dominates the market for idly and dosa batter in South India, is looking at entering the North Indian market, starting with Delhi and Kolkata, by early next year. The expansion is in line with the Premji-backed company’s goal to reach Rs 10 billion in revenues within the next five years.



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First Published: Sat, September 08 2018. 16:47 IST