Owned by Indulge Beverages, coffee & tea capsules brand, Bonhomia is aggressively looking for distributors for their unique product.
Owned by Indulge Beverages, coffee & tea capsules brand, Bonhomia is aggressively looking for distributors for their unique product. The brand promotes Indian origin high altitude coffee and premium gourmet teas in the capsule format compatible with the Nespresso machines.
Kunal Bhagat, CEO, Indulge Beverages says : “We are actively looking for distributors to service our retail partners - modern trade chains , gourmet stores , Hotel & restaurant partners as well as for the online platform. We believe that as far as Bonhomia is concerned, coffee & tea vending solution providers have a huge scope of business, especially where they want a premium solutions for small offices (20 -25 personnel) or high end restaurants, bakeries where the coffee consumption is low-medium level (up to 50 cups a day) complementing their core business. We are looking for someone who is ready to join hands with us to witness a change in lifestyle of Indian consumers. Passion and commitment is what we are looking for then just number of years experience in the FMCG industry.”
Tuhin Jain, Director, Sales & Marketing, comments: “We are present across premium national modern trade chains like Godrej Nature’s basket, Future Retail : Food hall along with regional gourmet food chains like ‘Modern Bazaar’ apart from many individual gourmet food store chain. As far as B2B is concerned, we have a strong presence established in the Indian market in the HORECA segment, with a large clientele base including Oberoi Hotels & Resorts, Taj Palace (New Delhi) , Starwood Properties (Westin, Four Points-Sheraton), Accor Properties (Pullman Hotels) , Scarlett (French Café among many others. We are also ramping up our presence across modern trade stores through end caps and sampling activities. We also look forward to working even more aggressively with the hospitality industry where there is a lot of purchasing power left to be tapped into.”