Agritech & Delivery (D2C)
Gurgaon, India

Abhishek, Uttam, Aditya partnered to 'Transform the egg Industry in India'

Eggoz is building a vertically integrated farm-to-consumer branded eggs company in a $12B egg market that’s growing at 15% CAGR and is still 97% unpackaged – where eggs in retail are not fresh, produced with antibiotics and have the typical eggy smell.

Founded by IIT Kharagpur alumni, who spent the initial 3 years as poultry farmers in Bihar, Eggoz is building the egg category by disrupting the supply chain by ensuring 1-day fresh, odorless eggs to consumers that are produced with herbal hen feed and processed with 11 safety checks. Packed Eggoz boxes are available to consumers via omnichannel retail and the eggoz website.

A relationship built on encouragement, trust and endless support
We are thrilled to partner with Ivycap in our journey to build the ‘Amul of eggs’. We are looking forward to support from IvyCap Ventures and learnings from other portfolio founders and mentors.
- Abhishek Negi,
We are exhilarated with our partnership with Ivycap, where we will share our journey of making Eggoz the best Egg brand in India, we look forward to the support and mentorship from Ivycap.
- Aditya Singh,
EGGcited to partnering with IvyCap Ventures in our mission to “Transform Egg Industry In India ''. This collaboration will further impetus to scale Eggoz PAN India. We will remain committed to empowering farmers & provide superior quality.
- Uttam Kumar,
Abhishek Negi
Abhishek is an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur and comes from an army background. He founded his first startup intercity cab aggregator called ‘Roder’ in 2014 out of personal frustration with unorganized intercity cab travels. In 2017, Abhishek, Uttam, and Aditya partnered together to build Amul in eggs space. Abhishek is motivated by tough problem statements that have huge market potential and impact.
Uttam Kumar
Uttam was born and brought up in the small town of Munger (Bihar). Uttam has always been inclined towards creating businesses, starting from his first year of graduation from IIT Kharagpur. His entrepreneurship journey started in 2010 with an in-hostel food delivery stall in college. He founded 2 startups previously in the real estate sector and developed cutting-edge patented technology. Uttam believes in the team and the people involved and the mission of Eggoz to transform the Egg industry in India.
Aditya Singh
Aditya was an Agriculture and Food processing graduate from IIT Kharagpur. He also founded EDnect during his college which sparked his entrepreneurial stint. Aditya has a diverse experience of 9+ years of experience in strategy and sales. He started with OYO and handled their expansion, operations excellence, and strategy for self-operated business. He is an Agritech enthusiast and passionate about transforming the Indian Eggtech economy.


Eggs that don’t smell
1-day fresh supply chain helps preserve the goodness & nutrition of eggs


Omnichannel Presence
Availability wherever a consumer thinks about eggs


Asset-light Farmer Integrated Model
Deeply integrated business model having control over production practices and poised for rapid scale-up


Technology at the core
Self-developed technology stack to manage the complex supply chain and farming operations.
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