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  • EatTreat connects India’s foodies
  • EatTreat connects India’s foodies
    Karl Grenet (2014) ©
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EatTreat connects India’s foodies

EatTreat is an online community that connects India’s foodies with others like them. Currently a Facebook group with over 50,000 members, EatTreat is set to launch its own website. And the prospect has got investors salivating, with the group receiving $3.5 million in funding.

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