Patanjali launches its own e-commerce portal ‘OrderMe’ to sell Swadeshi goods


Team Udayavani, May 16, 2020, 4:07 PM IST

In response to the call by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to participate in making India Atmanirbhar or self-reliant,  Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved plans to launch an online marketplace, OrderMe to sell swadeshi products

Patanjali’s own ayurvedic products will sell at the OrderMe site and also it will allow consumers to get in touch with nearby stores selling Indian products. The home delivery will be done for the orders and it will be free of cost.

The website  will go live within the next 15 days. The platform will not only sell Patanjali’s own products, but also Swadeshi products made by others.

Apart from that, the platform will also offer 24/7 consultations with its inhouse doctors and Ayurvedic experts.

Patanjali Ayurved managing director and chief executive Acharya Balkrishna said, “OrderMe will only supply and endorse swadeshi products. It is Patanjali’s effort to contribute to our long-standing swadeshi movement by connecting all the local retailers and small shop owners so that those selling swadeshi products can benefit from our platform. They can join the platform and the plan is to deliver their products free of cost,”

According to the company, it has created an ecosystem which helps it to process around 1 million orders everyday.

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