- April 19, 2022 / 6 min readApart from its food and world-class services, the brand provides a source of regular income to potter families and employs specially-abled youth for making a more inclusive and brighter India.
Indore-based tea café chain Chai Sutta Bar has opened its 300th outlet in Port Blair, Andaman in a gala-like event.
The brand has successfully been welcomed by major South Indian cities and is on the mission to cover the region more.
“Over 3 lakh kulhads are used every day. We wanted to help thousands of pottery makers. As we keep expanding, we will require close to 5 lakhs of kulhads every day,” said Anubhav Dubey, Co-Founder of Chai Sutta Bar.
Dubey also aims to have Chai Sutta Bar’s presence in every city of India within two years, thus spreading more happiness and generating more employment opportunities for the people of India.
The Journey of Chai Sutta Bar started in the cleanest city of India - Indore in 2016 when two young self-made entrepreneurs thought of a vision to serve India's most preferred beverage in kulhads to serve the environment with the high maintenance of hygiene.
Chai Sutta Bar endorses 'desh ki mitti' with its kulhad tea and has the vision to make everyone connect with the soil of India.
Looking at the scorching heat, the brand also introduced some summer special beverages like a refreshing variety of lassi and mojitos to give respite from this heat.
Apart from its food and world-class services, the brand provides a source of regular income to potter families and employs specially-abled youth for making a more inclusive and brighter India.
It is also planning to open 1500 outlets by the end of the year and provide more employment to people with a similar background.
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