Kedai Sayur, an Indonesian startup that provides technology inclusion to vegetable vendors in the country, has raised $4 million in funding from various investors.
The funding round, which brings the startup's total funds raised to date to about $5.3 million, was anchored by early-stage venture fund East Ventures and backed by Indonesia's SMDV, Triputra Group, and Multi Persada.
Founded nine months ago, Kedai Sayur seeks to digitize vegetable hawkers to provide them with a strong ecosystem and distribution network, which in return will give them access to a wider market.
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