TenderCuts commits to ‘Go Green’ across all its products

TenderCuts will continue its efforts to not use single-use plastic

TenderCuts commits to 'Go Green' across all its products. Photo TenderCuts

TenderCuts, omnichannel meat, and seafood retail have stepped up its sustainability efforts by going green across all its products and minimizing the carbon footprint throughout its supply chain.

The D2C major founder and chief executive officer Nishanth Chandran, said, “It is our collective endeavor to enable sustainability in whatever we do. Our business process and approach has always been to use sustainable best practices, this endeavor of reducing carbon footprint is our commitment to our mother earth and this would minimize carbon footprint substantially at all our touch points.”

The 60-plus stores of TenderCuts in the three cities of Chennai, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad have made a huge commitment to Earth by continuing to not use single-use plastic across all its products.

TenderCuts which clocks 2500 orders per hour has already begun going eco-friendly by making all its online deliveries in food-grade boxes with the meat packed in bio-degradable material and encourages customers to bring their own bags for its offline purchases.

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