Tata-owned BigBasket enters offline grocery, will invest up to Rs 400 cr

It plans to expand its footprint to 200 physical outlets pan India by 2023 and 800 by 2026

FMCG, goods, supermarket, groceries, grocery

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Online grocery company BigBasket on Wednesday said that it has started selling fruits and vegetables through an unmanned physical store in Bengaluru. It plans to expand its footprint to 200

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