Food delivery service Caviar Food delivers caviar to homes in Delhi.
According to an India Today report, the company offers food delivery to more than 2.5 million households in the capital.
Citing a senior executive, India Today reported that the service had been around since 2014, and was set to grow by 50% in the next year.
The company’s website says it “delivers food to homes across India in a timely manner to ensure optimal delivery of fresh food and fresh vegetables”.
Catching the eye of India Today, Caviar launched a promotional campaign to attract customers and attract new ones.
According the website, the service was set up in collaboration with the National Food Security Mission.
Caviar said it had already received “around 200 million orders”, and the company was “thrilled to be the first to receive the order of Caviar food”, India Today said.
The app, which allows customers to order food at the touch of a button, is available for both Android and iOS.
The delivery service currently operates in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Poona and Kolkata.
India Today also reported that Caviar had set up its first headquarters in Bangalore.
According, the Indian Food Security Ministry had warned that the company’s expansion plans were “very, very big”, and that it would not be able to meet its revenue targets.
According a report by The Economic Times, Cavity Food, based in Bangalore, is one of a number of food delivery services in India.
The service offers food deliveries to more then 1.5 lakh households in Delhi and other major cities in the country.
The report also claimed that Cavity food delivery service had raised over Rs 10 crore ($8.9 million) in private funding.
Cavity, which is currently looking for a new CEO, had raised about Rs 3 crore ($1.6 million) last year from a number more than 10 investors.
It also recently raised a seed round from private equity firm Kalyan Partners.