The company has entered into a strategic collaboration with a D2C (direct-to-consumer) company to tap the export market, where Indian snacks and samosas are sought after
After foraying into the physical outlets (QSR), Bengaluru-based Samosa Singh is now gearing up to go global. In a statement, it claims that the central manufacturing facility of Samosa Singh is getting ramped up to be able to cater to the demand. This will be a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility with automation and best-in-class industry practices and certifications.
The company has entered into a strategic collaboration with a D2C (direct-to-consumer) company to tap the export market, where Indian snacks and samosas are sought after.
With the latest step, Samosa Singh is aiming to be one of the new-age start-ups to enter the food export domain around Indian traditional snacking. It is also targeting 10x revenue growth in the next 12 months. It has also eyed expanding its presence across 250 locations in 30 cities.
Founded in 2016 by a scientist couple Nidhi and Shikhar Veer Singh, the company completed its Series A round in 2020, where it raised $2.7 million (Rs 17 crore) from She Capital. The round also saw the participation of other investors like Fireside Ventures, Equanimity Investments, AL Trust and AET funds.
Talking about the latest development, Nidhi Singh, co-founder, of Samosa Singh, said, “Samosa Singh is on the journey to lead the Indian snack market. Our love for samosas and our fiery pride in the Indian street food credo drives us each day to establish a global space for the rich and eclectic street food of this country.”
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