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May 23: India is the second biggest aquaculture and fish producer globally. It is expected that the Indian fish will reach a volume of 26.6 Million Metric Tons by the year 2026, exhibiting a CAGR of around 9% during 2021-2026. Due to the change in lifestyle of people, food habits coupled with a rising appetite for healthy food is creating a demand for processed fish in urban areas. India holds a huge potential for seafood since the country is having a long coastline spanning about 8,129 km. Hence, India’s buoyant seafood industry has emerged as the largest group in agricultural exports of the country.
For the proper utilization of the potential of the country, Timaeus Marketo founded by Tilak Banerjee came up with a vision to organise the unorganized seafood market with their D2C brand named www.pescadoo.com.
Hence, Pescadoo focuses on three categories of supplies at present. It primarily caters to the bulk retail supplies, Star category restaurants, boutique fast food chains and gourmet kitchens and direct consumers.
Pescadoo came up with the Mission to be the most reliable, efficient and effortless source of a variety of seafoods and meat for different categories of end consumers.
Most importantly, it solved many hygiene affairs involved in the seafood and meat market and is also UKAS certified ISO 9001:2015 company. Banerjee’s motto is to reach and help each and every customer faster and deliver fresh products within 120 Minutes through their platform.
Pescadoo is functioning in Kolkata and Bangalore and aims to deliver all over the country in the near future gradually.
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