Cloud kitchen startup Kouzina eyes all-India expansion

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The company offers a digitally powered platform that delivers quality food from a network of hyperlocal cloud kitchens

Kouzina has grown from a single brand single kitchen in December 2013 to more than 40 multi-brand cloud kitchens across 7 cities in the country today, the company has seen consistent growth.

The Bengaluru based company offers a digitally powered platform that delivers quality food from a network of hyperlocal cloud kitchens. WarmOven is one of the company’s leading brands that specializes in cakes and desserts, having pioneered this category online.

WarmOven has something to offer everyone – a range of unique products that encourage customers to make every moment worth celebrating with a cake. Their latest Mini Cakes of 250 grams have become a trend for smaller celebrations. Surprise cakes, smash cakes, half cakes and a range of premium Entremets create ‘wow’ moments for customers.

Products co-created with other FMCG players offer customers the same great WarmOven cake with a blend of flavor & texture of other loved products. Collaborations with other such partners help the brand create unique products while increasing its reach to a wider market.

What started in Bengaluru about 2 decades ago, with the aim of making street food healthier & hygienic, has now evolved as a much-loved and trusted fast-food brand across the country. KaatiZone has extended beyond Kaati rolls into Cheeserias, Healthy Wraps and the newly introduced sell-out, Rice Bowls.

Founded by entrepreneurs with deep experience in the food delivery space, Kouzina announced funding round in June 2020 and is backed by leading entrepreneurs such as Jyoti Bansal, Anuj Srivastava, Harpreet Grover and others. The company plans to continue aggressive expansion into additional cities and is also exploring a technology-enabled franchising model for its expansion.

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