The Dine in cum Grab and Go outlet to offer over two dozen plant based meat food varieties to the travellers
Shaka Harry, a plant-based meat startup brand, owned by Liberate Foods, has launched its first offline experience outlet at the Bengaluru International airport. The Dine in cum Grab and Go outlet will offer over two dozen plant based meat food varieties.
Shaka Harry is the first plant based meat brand to open its doors to the passengers traveling from the Bengaluru International Airport thereby providing alternate protein options to the flexitarian population. Shaka Harry’s range of meal and snacking products which are designed around the Indian cuisine and palate includes snackables and meal accompaniments.
Anand Nagarajan, Co-founder and CEO of Liberate Foods said, “Shaka Harry aims at aggressive growth over the next 5 years. Our first offline outlet at the Bengaluru airport is a step in that direction. Our products are doing significantly better on taste and customer response. Our airport mini restaurant will only add to the overall experience of the discerning travellers. The passenger footfall at the airport is around 30,000 per day. We are targeting 10% of the same.”
Recently, Indian cricketer, MS Dhoni picked up equity in Shaka Harry on the backdrop of the company having earlier received $2 million in a seed funding round by global investors.
Shaka Harry is currently serving over 30,000 customers across 10 cities monthly, and expects to triple this number in the next few months. Shaka Harry will also be available on global shelves by the end of this year.