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Anveshan Bags $2 M In Pre-Series A Round

The brand intends to use technology to make the supply chain 100% transparent, traceable, and quality managed at every stage. Customers can learn about the entire farm-to-fork journey and quality reports for any Anveshan product they have purchased.

Anveshan, a D2C healthy foods business, has received $2 million in pre-series A funding led by DSG Consumer Partners, Force Ventures, and We Founder Circle. Angel investors included Amit Jain and Amit Hooja from Netgraph, Vardhman Group, Rahul Sharma from Zetwerk, and many more in this investment round.

The increased funds will be used to hire new employees, standardise operational processes, and conduct research and development on existing and new product categories. It also intends to broaden its presence in luxury retail stores in Mumbai, Delhi NCR, and Bengaluru.

Anveshan, founded in 2020 by three IIT Guwahati graduates, Aayushi Khandelwal, Akhil Kansal, and Kuldeep Parewa, supplies minimally processed food products traditionally cooked in rural areas. The brand intends to use technology to make the supply chain 100% transparent, traceable, and quality managed at every stage. Customers can learn about the entire farm-to-fork journey and quality reports for any Anveshan product they have purchased.

Mr. Akhil Kansal stated that Anveshan's expansion over the previous two years has demonstrated tremendous consumer demand for authentic Indian-origin food products. In general, extensive food processing in factories and the use of preservatives have resulted in a decrease in market food quality. As a result, we are establishing mini food-processing units near farms in order to offer the greatest food resources directly from farmers to consumers. This configuration aids in the efficient shortening of the supply chain, providing value to farmers' raw goods.


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