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  • Twigly is the go-to gourmet takeout in India
  • Twigly is the go-to gourmet takeout in India
    Sriram SN (2015) ©

Twigly is the go-to gourmet takeout in India

People in India are getting used to the convenience of ordering meals straight to their doors, but companies are having a hard time claiming a share of the lucrative food delivery market. Start-up Twigly aims to beat the competition by becoming the go-to service for gourmet meals.



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