Online vs offline dry fruits

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Online dry fruits are not of good quality.

Do you feel the same?

If no which brand do you buy online?

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Yes, I no longer buy online.

In offline shops they show you different grades based on pricing but no such standardization online so very difficult to judge.

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Yes, I no longer buy online.

In offline shops they show you different grades based on pricing but no such standardization online so very difficult to judge.

Tech Guru Tech Guru
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Online is hit and miss now

Miltop was good but price is on par with offline nowadays

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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Initially when they(startups) started selling online, quality was better than local market, profit wasn't motive , customer acquisition was.

Now a days, only profit is motive. In my experience i received low quality, with insects, few weeks ago, so i had to return it.

And now i visit super market and buy 

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Khari bawli Delhi is a big dryfruits market

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Farmley, nutraz, wonderland, miltop are few good brands with good quality and decent pricing.

Yes quality is a matter of concern for online, in case it is bad, I return it but some sellers have no return policy so please check , I check expiry date and buy only if it is more than 6 months away.

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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buying cashew, almonds from online for last 4/5 years, never disappointed....

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I buy happilo dry fruits. Quality n price are ok. 

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