Food and Hospitality

This Haryana Youth is trying to tab the Honey Market of India

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Samarth Garg who stays at Faridabad in Haryana serves pure and natural honey as well as provides a gateway for farmers to sell their produce.
According to 25-year old Samarth, honey is in high demand in India but on an average a person consumes only 8 grams honey in a year.  He deals in honey sachets.

The sachets that are sold by them are very well received by customers. Honeytub supplies the sachets to hotels, airlines and other organisations.
Currently, he has tied up with e-commerce sites for delivering products online. This has made the products more accessible to people.
After completing his BTech from Vellore Institute of Technology, Samarth started this company in January 2019. In fact the huge demand of honey and the potential of this business drew him to this sector.
Samarth procures honey from the farmers across India and does the branding and marketing. The range of flavours that are offered by Honeytub has slowly gained a lot of popularity.
Now, Samarth is working on preparing beverages out of honey which surely will be a grand hit among consumers.

Why Honeytub?
Just by paying Rs 10 for a sachet you will be able to get a taste of pure and natural honey.

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Samarth Garg (Faridabad, Haryana)
www.honeytub.com

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