The WayCool Story
Humble. Humane. Hungry.
WayCool Foods & Products Pvt. Ltd. is one of India's fastest growing Agri-Tech companies, driving social impact while transforming India's food economy. Founded in July 2015, WayCool aims to build the world's largest food development and distribution services company and positively impact the lives of 500,000 farmers. With this goal, WayCool's operation has spread across product sourcing, food processing, branding and marketing, last mile distribution, and farm inputs. This gives WayCool end-to-end control over the food value chain.
WayCool currently handles 350+ tonnes of food products per day, across 18,900 clients, and from a network of 50,000+ farmers in more than 50 regions in India. WayCool’s products include staples like rice, pulses, wheat flour, dairy, and value added products.
WayCool has adopted a tech-enabled supply chain approach, merging the physical and digital worlds for a “phy-gital” business model. Our company utilizes robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning technologies to provide value to our suppliers and clients. WayCool clients expect the very best - and we deliver it everyday.
We strive to brighten the day of everyone that is involved with WayCool. From dramatically increasing farmer’s incomes to providing our employees with one of the most extensive insurance plans available in all of India, WayCool wants to make everyone’s day a little fresher.
WayCool understands that a healthy planet provides healthy foods. WayCool works hard to ensure that it operates with the future in mind. From implementing strict water recycling policies in our distribution centers to educating our farmers on sustainable practices, we are driven to keep the Earth green.
WayCool is driven to use technology to change the world. From creating ground-breaking software that helps increase farmer’s income, to innovative quality management and food safety technology, WayCool is on the cutting edge of technology in India.
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