E-commerce firm backed by Google, Dunzo is all set to compete with the fastest-growing online grocery space in India, with its Dunzo Daily Scheme in Bengaluru, in which an orderer can get the selected item delivered at the doorstep in just 19 minutes.
On Dunzo Daily, one can order daily essentials including groceries, vegetables, fruits, milk & dairy products, meat, fish, pet supplies and many other things.
Dunzo has its presence in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Gurgaon, Hyderabad and Chennai, but Bangalore would be the first city to get this 19 minutes delivery experience. So far, the e-commerce giants like Amazon and Flipkart have also offered Quick delivery services, in which the customer can get the items delivered at doorsteps in 1.5-2 hours at maximum. But, Dunzo’s 19-minute delivery service is a one-step-ahead from what the market already used to offer.
“With over 2,000 products and delivering in 19 minutes, Dunzo Daily is currently the fastest and most efficient way to get daily and weekly groceries delivered. We’re excited for more users to give Dunzo Daily a try and truly feel the difference in what the grocery buying experience should be in 2021,” said Kabeer Biswas, CEO & Co-founder, Dunzo.
Users’ demand for Dunzo Daily, which launched beta mode earlier this year, has increased dramatically week over week, according to the company. Dunzo, like other competitors in the space, employs a network of mini-warehouses to match demand and supply in each neighbourhood.
Dunzo Daily will face up against Indian startups like Swiggy’s Instamart and Zomato-backed Grofers, both are expanding their fast commerce offerings.
As reported by Money Control, Grofers is thinking to reduce delivery time from 10-15 minutes for groceries as the business is expanding its services to 10 cities in India, whereas meal delivery app Swiggy, has extended Instamart, its grocery delivery service in India, to five additional cities, promising to deliver necessities in 15-30 minutes.