Abhishek, Uttam, Aditya partnered to 'Transform the egg Industry in India'
Eggoz is building a vertically integrated farm-to-consumer branded eggs company in a $12B egg market that’s growing at 15% CAGR and is still 97% unpackaged – where eggs in retail are not fresh, produced with antibiotics and have the typical eggy smell.
Founded by IIT Kharagpur alumni, who spent the initial 3 years as poultry farmers in Bihar, Eggoz is building the egg category by disrupting the supply chain by ensuring 1-day fresh, odorless eggs to consumers that are produced with herbal hen feed and processed with 11 safety checks. Packed Eggoz boxes are available to consumers via omnichannel retail and the eggoz website.
- Abhishek Negi,
- Aditya Singh,
- Uttam Kumar,
Eggs that don’t smell
Asset-light Farmer Integrated Model
Technology at the core
Eggoz Nutrition develops ‘Pragati Poultry Model’ to support egg farmers
Gurugram-based, Eggoz Nutrition, one of India’s leading egg brands, has brought a new-age egg farming business model, ‘Pragati Poultry Model’, into the egg layer sector with the aim of encouraging a healthy egg industry and paving the way for small farmers to begin their venture in this industry without countering any obstacles.Know more
Eggoz Nutrition to expand its footprint to major cities by year-end
The country’s first egg-focused consumer brand, Eggoz Nutrition, wants to become the poultry sector’s “Amul” brand, which is known across the country for the quality and reliability of its products, says its co-founder Abhishek Negi.Know more
Agritech startup Eggoz raises $8.8 million
The funding round – a mix of primary investment and secondary share sale – also saw participation from existing investors Nabventures, a venture capital fund anchored by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, Avaana Capital, and Rebright Partners.Know more