Hyderabad-based Dairy Startup Sid’s Farm Secures $10 M Investment in Series A Round

Sid’s Farm

Sid’s Farm, a direct-to-consumer (D2C) dairy brand, has successfully raised $10 million in Series A funding, co-led by Omnivore and the Narotam Sekhsaria Family Office (NSFO). In January of the previous year, the company secured $1 million in a bridge round funded by its customers and their referrals.

Founded in 2016, Sid’s Farm, a mass premium dairy brand based in Hyderabad, serves over 25,000 customers across Hyderabad and Bengaluru. The startup plans to use the new funds to strengthen its presence in these cities by enhancing manufacturing capabilities and expanding its workforce across key departments.

Sid’s Farm prides itself on controlling the entire value chain of its milk and milk products by sourcing directly from farmers and conducting rigorous quality testing at every stage of production. Initially, the company began operations with whole buffalo and cow milk, later diversifying into curd, paneer, ghee, butter, dairy beverages, and dairy-based desserts.

The additional finance will allow Sid’s Farm to meet the growing demand for premium dairy products in these key regions. To complement its expansion aspirations, the company intends to strengthen its operational capabilities and develop a strong team across multiple areas. Sid’s Farm, which now serves over 25,000 customers in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, plans to expand its service to over 100,000 households everyday in these locations.

The company faces competition from brands like Country Delight and Akshayakalpa Organic. Country Delight raised $29 million across two tranches this year, while Akshayakalpa Organic secured $12 million as part of a larger Series C round led by A91 Partners in January.

“We are excited about this investment as it will accelerate our expansion plans and reinforce our commitment to delivering high-quality dairy products,” remarked Kishore Indukuri, founder of Sid’s Farm.

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