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Qmin Expands its Footprint In Bengaluru With 11 New Outlets

Qmin Expands its Footprint In Bengaluru With 11 New Outlets
Puneet Chhatwal, MD and CEO, IHCL, and Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, CEO Biocon, at a Qmin outlet in Bengaluru,
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It began as a pandemic service for their patrons when the COVID-19 containment measures were in place. Since then, IHCL has been fine tuning their gourmet culinary and food delivery platform

OT Staff
December 16 , 2021
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Qmin, the culinary and food delivery platform from Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), announced the opening of 11 new outlets across the city of Bengaluru.

It all began as a compulsion to reach out to their patrons when the COVID-19 containment measures were in place in June 2020. Since then, IHCL has been fine tuning their gourmet culinary and food delivery platform Qmin to make it more attractive to customers.

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Speaking on the occasion, Puneet Chhatwal, Managing Director and CEO, IHCL, said, “We are excited to bring the new Qmin outlets to the garden city of Bengaluru. Qmin’s expansion is in line with its strategy of growing its Food and Beverage portfolio across multiple market segments. The new outlets will also broaden the brand’s reach and cater to a diverse audience.”

Strategically located in residential and commercial areas including at the airport in Bengaluru, Qmin will offer an array of bakery and confectionery products, in addition to a wide selection of teas and coffees. From quaint outdoor spaces to cosy nooks, these vibrant outlets with free Wi-Fi are the perfect place for a quick meeting or catch-up. Guests can relish light-bites on the go or get a quick takeaway from a selection of snacks including cookies, croissants, pretzels, samosas and pizzas.

Since its launch in mid-2020, Qmin has rapidly expanded to 20 cities, delivering comfort food as well as signature favourites from IHCL restaurants. The brand is available on its proprietary Qmin app, catering to the consumer demand for online food delivery. It broadened its scope to include Qmin stores offering a variety of gourmet products, and a café. Qmin - On The Move, the food truck, caters to the need of on-the-go meals.

IHCL introduced food delivery services in 2020. After a successful stint in Mumbai, Qmin made its grand debut in Delhi in September 2020 with a service that let people order from their eight iconic restaurants. The Qmin mobile was also unveiled in Mumbai around then, followed by the Qmin Shop, offering epicurean specialties and authentic artisanal brands. The focus is on maintaining high safety and hygiene standards with contact-less delivery, protective gear for delivery executives, sanitised vehicles, and using eco-friendly and biodegradable packing material.

To know more about the Qmin outlets in Bengaluru, visit https://www.qmin.co.in/


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