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Back to nature: Zepto to Instamart, how quick-commerce firms are vrooming towards a green future


Quick commerce firms are increasingly prioritizing sustainability in their operations. From Zepto to Instamart, these companies are taking steps towards a greener future.


Zepto has recently launched an initiative to plant a tree for every delivery made through their platform. They are also exploring the use of electric bikes and vehicles for their deliveries.


Instamart, on the other hand, is focused on reducing plastic waste. Their new packaging is made from biodegradable materials, and they encourage customers to reuse them.


Other quick commerce firms, like Gorillas and Getir, have also made commitments to sustainability. Gorillas has pledged to become completely carbon-neutral by 2025, while Getir has partnered with a local NGO to reduce food waste.


These efforts towards sustainability not only benefit the environment, but they also appeal to consumers who are becoming more conscious of their own impact. As quick commerce continues to grow, it's encouraging to see these companies taking responsibility for their environmental impact.


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