New Delhi, India’s first 24/7 snacking destination Daalchini on Wednesday said it will convert 90 manned pantries at Reliance Industries Jamnagar into contactless and digitally-enabled kiosks.
At the world’s largest manufacturing site spreading over 20,000 acres, Daalchini will now offer an array of products from cafe-packed savouries to ready-to-eat and premium proprietary products, the company said in a statement.
“Launching Daalchini at RIL Jamnagar is a project of immense importance for us and proves the significance of smart technology-led innovation because of which Reliance has opted to make this massive shifts across its pantries,” said Prerna Kalra and Vidya Bhushan, Co-founders, Daalchini.
“We have been preparing for months to launch this project and make it a role-model for other manufacturing setups to follow in the near future,” they added.
Daalchini’s IoT-enabled ‘phygital’ (physical+digital) vending machines with value-added features and capabilities have been the natural choice over its nearest competitors as they offer near-zero human intervention with state-of-art smart vending machines.
COVID-19 has made the organizations and facility heads think differently and adapt to new innovative ways to provide F&B services to employees, which is more safe and hygienic.
RIL Jamnagar also risen to this challenge and converted its pantries to 100 per cent cashless, app-based and contactless way through Daalchini’s smart technology.
“Daalchini’s vending machines offer a safe, contactless approach to office meals that are not just tasty but also healthy. Banking on its tech-led value proposition, Daalchini is able to adapt its menu based on early sales trends, thereby predicting and driving impulse purchasing,” the company said.