Veggie sellers up in arms against e-tailer

  • | Saturday | 12th October, 2019

C SHIVAKUMAR ByExpress News ServiceCHENNAI: Koyambedu vegetable and fruit traders are up in arms against an online firm Ninjacart (India’s largest B2B fresh produce supply chain company) which they accuse of trying to monopolise their business. It is said to be buying vegetables directly from farmers and after store them in godowns sell it online at a cheaper rate than Koyambedu traders. Leftover vegetables are then pushed into the market. “This resulted in getting a bad name for us and moreover it gave credence to Ninjacart’s claim of selling vegetables directly to Koyambedu market,” he said. The protest was launched around 4am and was settled after police promised the traders that action would be taken.

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