Junglee.com launches online grocery and gourmet foods store

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New Delhi | Published: November 24, 2014 11:46:35 AM

Customers on Junglee can now buy over 36,000 gourmet and grocery products from leading Indian and international brands.

With more people opting for organic food and specialty products, shopping search and comparison site Junglee.com announced the launch of grocery and gourmet foods store in India. Through this store, customers can buy over 36,000 gourmet and grocery products from leading Indian and international brands ranging from exotic tea, coffee, snacks, candies and sweets to cereals and condiments offered by  180 online grocery & gourmet retailers in India.

Customers can also find their favourite international food brands and exotic food ingredients used in world cuisines like Thai, Mexican, and Italian etc and access to selection of over 5000 varieties of herbs and spices on the site. Some of the Indian and imported brands available on the site are  Kraft sauces, Monin mixers, Post Cereals, De Cecco Pastas, Tabasco condiments, Betty Crocker cakes mixes, to name a few.

Some of the prominent sellers that have registered on Junglee.com are GourmetCo.in, Foodesto, La Bottega del Gusto and The French Loaf.  In addition, customers can also find grocery selection from sellers like Haldirams, Coke2Home and Paperboat Drinks.

“Online grocery shopping in India is very nascent and we see potential in it, particularly for niche products like gourmet, organic food and specialty products which are not easily available. With this launch, Junglee.com will now be the new destination for foodies and gourmet cuisine lovers across the country as we are trying take convenience to the next level by giving customers easy access to these products,” said Mahendra Nerurkar, General Manager, Junglee.com.

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