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SK Intech Metchems signs MoU with KMV to market and distribute Eco Clean across India

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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 2 (ANI/NewsVoir): SK Intech Metchems Pvt Ltd and Kaydence Media Ventures Pvt Ltd (KMV) have signed an MoU to promote and market 'Eco Clean' across India.

SK Intech Metchems are the innovators and manufacturers of the Eco Clean product, KMV will promote, market and distribute the product across India.

"With changing habits, consumers are looking at hygienic products and Eco Clean is an innovative and safe method for cleaning and sterilizing vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils. Our partnership with KMW will help take this innovative product across India and help consumers stay healthy," revealed Shan Nair, Director, SK Intech Metchems Pvt Ltd.

"I believe in Eco Clean. I have used Eco Clean in my own home. I think Indians need to consume vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils free from pesticides, chemicals and bacteria. We need to eat healthy food. There is no surety in the purity of the vegetables, fruits and even fish & meat we consume. Everyday you read about cases of incessant use of pesticides and chemicals in fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. KMV decision to bring its expertise to take the product across India elevates SK Intech Metchems team's vision for a healthier lifestyle and reduction towards medical expenses," expressed Savio Rodrigues, MD & CEO, KMV, while commenting on the MoU.

Cleaning food produce is a pressing problem and Eco Clean provides an innovative and safe method to clean and sterilize vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils and our partnership with KMW will help increase awareness on hygiene and health asserted Shan Nair.

Our aim is to focus on Goa, Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Bangalore in the first phase. In our second phase will look at other cities across India.

This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsVoir)

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First Published: Thu, July 02 2020. 23:31 IST
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SK Intech Metchems signs MoU with KMV to market and distribute Eco Clean across India

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 2 (ANI/NewsVoir): SK Intech Metchems Pvt Ltd and Kaydence Media Ventures Pvt Ltd (KMV) have signed an MoU to promote and market 'Eco Clean' across India.

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 2 (ANI/NewsVoir): SK Intech Metchems Pvt Ltd and Kaydence Media Ventures Pvt Ltd (KMV) have signed an MoU to promote and market 'Eco Clean' across India.

SK Intech Metchems are the innovators and manufacturers of the Eco Clean product, KMV will promote, market and distribute the product across India.

"With changing habits, consumers are looking at hygienic products and Eco Clean is an innovative and safe method for cleaning and sterilizing vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils. Our partnership with KMW will help take this innovative product across India and help consumers stay healthy," revealed Shan Nair, Director, SK Intech Metchems Pvt Ltd.

"I believe in Eco Clean. I have used Eco Clean in my own home. I think Indians need to consume vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils free from pesticides, chemicals and bacteria. We need to eat healthy food. There is no surety in the purity of the vegetables, fruits and even fish & meat we consume. Everyday you read about cases of incessant use of pesticides and chemicals in fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. KMV decision to bring its expertise to take the product across India elevates SK Intech Metchems team's vision for a healthier lifestyle and reduction towards medical expenses," expressed Savio Rodrigues, MD & CEO, KMV, while commenting on the MoU.

Cleaning food produce is a pressing problem and Eco Clean provides an innovative and safe method to clean and sterilize vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils and our partnership with KMW will help increase awareness on hygiene and health asserted Shan Nair.

Our aim is to focus on Goa, Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Bangalore in the first phase. In our second phase will look at other cities across India.

This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsVoir)

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)
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SK Intech Metchems signs MoU with KMV to market and distribute Eco Clean across India

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 2 (ANI/NewsVoir): SK Intech Metchems Pvt Ltd and Kaydence Media Ventures Pvt Ltd (KMV) have signed an MoU to promote and market 'Eco Clean' across India.

SK Intech Metchems are the innovators and manufacturers of the Eco Clean product, KMV will promote, market and distribute the product across India.

"With changing habits, consumers are looking at hygienic products and Eco Clean is an innovative and safe method for cleaning and sterilizing vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils. Our partnership with KMW will help take this innovative product across India and help consumers stay healthy," revealed Shan Nair, Director, SK Intech Metchems Pvt Ltd.

"I believe in Eco Clean. I have used Eco Clean in my own home. I think Indians need to consume vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils free from pesticides, chemicals and bacteria. We need to eat healthy food. There is no surety in the purity of the vegetables, fruits and even fish & meat we consume. Everyday you read about cases of incessant use of pesticides and chemicals in fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. KMV decision to bring its expertise to take the product across India elevates SK Intech Metchems team's vision for a healthier lifestyle and reduction towards medical expenses," expressed Savio Rodrigues, MD & CEO, KMV, while commenting on the MoU.

Cleaning food produce is a pressing problem and Eco Clean provides an innovative and safe method to clean and sterilize vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and lentils and our partnership with KMW will help increase awareness on hygiene and health asserted Shan Nair.

Our aim is to focus on Goa, Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Bangalore in the first phase. In our second phase will look at other cities across India.

This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsVoir)

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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