Food tech startup Daalchini enables IoT-based vending machines across hospitals

Hospitals including Fortis, Max, Apollo, Kailash, etc, will now offer fresh and safe meals through Daalchini’s smart vending machines.

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Daalchini’s contactless, smart vending machines will be deployed at the city’s key hospitals including Fortis, Max, Apollo, Dharamshila, Kailash, and Delhi Cancer Hospital. With this development, Daalchini will allow frontline workers, patients and visiting families access to healthy meals in a safe, contactless manner. Considering the current situation, and the dire need for maintaining social distancing, hospitals are increasingly turning to AI, Robotics and other smart technologies within their premises.


Serving 6-meals-a-day through its IoT-led ‘phygital’ vending machines, Daalchini is allowing individuals to meet their daily nutrition while at the hospital. Seeing the incremental demand, Daalchini is refilling its machines 3-4 times a day across all the hospitals.

Daalchini Technologies provides instant, affordable, healthy home cooked food to corporate employees through IoT-enabled ‘phygital’ (physical+digital) vending machines. It serves 100+ start-ups, co-working spaces, large MNCs, hospitals, educational institutes and residential complexes. Daalchini is a brand of full-stack smart retail offerings that cater to on-the-go food consumption with a specialised supply chain designed to serve 6-meal-a-day needs of our customers. Its product suite has complete platform to launch vending machines, micro-markets, automated kiosks and mobility solutions.

Prerna Kalra, Founder of Daalchini said, From water to a quick snack, while waiting for your loved one at the hospital, we aim to fulfil on-the-go F&B needs in a 100% contactless and affordable way through vending machines and smart fridges. With more than 43000 private hospitals and 25000 public hospitals in India, the demand is already high and further increasing especially in current challenging times.