Human vs. Human vs. Sandwich

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Twigly’s been going around co-working spaces, bringing out the fighting spirit in people – armed with nothing but sandwiches! There’s nothing like some good old-fashioned competitive eating to bring out the best in people. It all started when we got an opportunity to engage people working out of 91Springboard in some form of a team […]


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At its core Twigly is a no-nonsense Food Company. Our aim is to set up a modern fresh food supply chain and provide customers with meals made from high quality locally sourced produce. We have a limited menu of fresh food, to minimise wastage, which changes daily to maintain variety for the regular users. Owning […]

The One Question That Restaurants Are Failing To Address

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Remember the Menu-Card? So the last time you entered a restaurant, you would have been given an elegant menu-card, the first section of which would usually highlight their most popular dishes, followed by starters. And the most popular would usually be charged at an exorbitant rate, wouldn’t they? From the days of the city restaurants to fine-dining places […]

Sh*t Just Got Serious – (Native) Web Apps Could Finally Be A Reality

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Google just announced Android Instant Apps, a smart new way of allowing users to use an app without downloading and installing it. This was right at the end of the keynote of the Google I/O 2016, and probably didn’t get the attention it deserved, following announcements on Android N, the Google Assistant, Google’s new VR offerings, and […]

Itne Paise Mein Itna Ich Milenga – Foodpanda, Swiggy and Tinyowl cut discounts

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We, at Twigly, are glad that food-tech companies such as Foodpanda, Swiggy and Tinyowl  are cutting discounts. It’s about time! We saw it happen in the battle between Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal, and we knew history would repeat itself here. Of course, we’re an affected party, so it’s difficult to stay completely unbiased (we’ll admit, we did a bit […]