Will Sabji Kothi get an investment from Shark Ashneer Grover?

A recent promo of the show Shark Tank India features its next pitch, Saptkrishi. On January 30, the show’s official Twitter account mentioned, “#SabjiKothi, a chemical and preservative-free storage business by a sibling duo has caught Shark Ashneer Grover’s interest but will they get an investment? Tune in to #SharkTankIndia Finale Week from tomorrow, Mon-Fri at 9 PM, only on Sony TV!”

Watch the promo below.

Saptkrishi is a Bihar based agri-tech startup founded by a sibling duo- Nikky Kumar Jha, and his younger sister Rashmi Jha. They have devised a storage technology called Sabji Kothi that keeps fruits and vegetables fresh without the use of any chemicals or preservatives. It also increases their shelf life from one to thirty days. This storage requires a very little maintenance and a low setup cost. This startup was aimed to help the farmers in preserving their produce.

Moreover, this startup generating employment for the families of small farmers. The farmers can even sell their produce to this organization at market prices.

Shark Ashneer Grover seems to be convinced with their business idea and is ready to invest in this pitch. However, it would be interesting to know will Ashneer really invest in their startup.

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