A start-up from Gurugram is helping restaurants to get their regular raw material supplies at the click of a button and that too at reasonable prices… Interesting isn’t.. Continue reading….
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For those who want a one stop solution for their need of wholesale restaurant supplies like spices, cooking oil, groceries, cutlery, flour, rice among others, Gurgaon’s Magic Tokri has got all the solutions.
Magic Tokri, founded by Rahul Yadav, which runs on a mobile app allows businesses to order and sell wholesale restaurant supplies through one easy and convenient network. The firm has two other members including Jessica Chohan, Chief Technology Officer (29) and Arun, CFO (30).
The company was established in 2019 by Rahul and Jessica. Growing up around his uncle’s produce business, Jessica noticed a broken link in how vendors and restaurants were connecting with each other. She envisioned a future where chefs could easily leverage technology to access everything they need in one place.
Today, MagicTokri is a lively startup headquartered in Gurgaon with a vision to create the world’s most trusted food service industry and leave chefs with more time to do what they love: make incredible food.
Yadav says customers used to contact different vendors at the wholesale market to buy several items for their restaurants/eateries. Now, through Magic Tokri, people can get connected to the vendors on a single platform. He aims to have 3,000 to 4,000 customers in the next five years.
Prices are Better Together
“Yadav says the firm has hundreds of local buyers, where suppliers compete for their hard earned money. Our collective buying power helps chef save across all the items they need,” he told Chalgenius.
He says people can save time by ordering everything as per one’s business needs in one place from the phone or laptop. Review or pay past orders & invoices anytime, anywhere, he says. The app is currently available on android and will be launched in the iOS.
Search Magic Tokri’s extensive product list, compare prices, and get customised suggestions on thousands of items from local suppliers.
MagicTokri eliminates the clipboard inventory-checking and consolidates ordering on a mobile device. It facilitates restaurants to place multiple orders, with a variety of participating suppliers, all at once— promising the convenience of dealing with a big company, and the quality of dealing with small suppliers.
The firm is considering charging transaction fee, or charging suppliers. “We charge a fee to the vendor to be able to access new customers,” he says, adding that he has no intention of becoming a distributor because it is really tough.
“We have no intention of becoming a distributor. Being a distributor is really tough. That’s not what we’re good at.
Yadav informs that his platform digitises the buying and selling process on both the restaurant and supplier side to help save everyone time and money. It’s a smart technology with global appeal that fills a niche in a booming industry.
Ordering time cut by 50%
90% reduction in order errors
52% decrease in food waste
Save Money Stress-Free Ordering
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