Big Bazaar

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1. Explain different product categories of food bazaar?
The different product categories of food bazaar are as follows I. Processed food & non processed food.
II. Dry staples
III. Wet staples
The food bazaar stocked on an average 10,000 stock keeping units (SKUs) & occupied on an average 5,000 square feet retail space. The processed food non processed food contributed (60%) of food bazaar sales. Dry staples like rice, wheat, dal, spices etc. contributed (30%) of the sales. Wet staples like fresh fruits & vegetables contributed (10%) of the sales. The total of 100% to the market Not only that the company also launches few other varieties like * Food bazaar masalas

* Food bazaar tea &
* Premium harvest pulses.
The most important thing is that the BIG BAZAAR has increased its sales by 25.74%.

2. How food bazaar manages its supply chain?
The management of big bazaar hired consolidators who were traders, made their job more easier. There were different consolidator for different types of products who used to fulfill the markets needs & wants. He would purchase goods largely from manufacturers or producer across the country who were in unorganized sector .this types of unorganized sector can’t stand for completion in the market so this consolidator help them to gain their reputation by buying their goods in bulk & sending them in this types of market . This not only gave them profit but also was a motivational factor for both of them. The consolidator was not an employee of the market but played a vital role in connecting manufactures to buyers. Another thing was that the warehouse was attached to the store so that whenever consolidator felt the shortage he would refill the required goods.

3. Explain food bazaar in organizational structure?
The organizational structure in food bazaar is flat in nature .for big...
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