A glimpse into Gurmeet’s career transformation and the reason behind SpiceBox
I am happy to have stopped by this youtube advertisement. I peeped into his website SpiceBox and saw why this e-tiffin service made a mark. They have great customer reviews which prove the great work SpiceBox has been doing. They offer vegetarian and non-vegetarian meal and along with this what adds more value to the work they do is the provision of Trial Meals.
Something that made a non-Mumbai resident spending more time on their website was the “Share my Dabba” option. Share My Dabba makes a great deal of the edible food that go wasted, it goes to hungry children on the street.
SpiceBox lets its customers share their kindness. It states: “Every time you skip the lunch we’ll send your dabba, with a Share sticker on it, to the volunteers working with this program. And your lunch will be shared on your behalf with someone who really needs it.”
It’s a beautiful thing to see people do something for others 🙂
I guess, the non-residents of Mumbai might be wishing a similar one in their cities. You might be thinking about the similar kind in your city or might be even planning to start one. If you are not into both then let’s shift our focus on “Share the Dabba” because we know what it feels to be hungry.
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