Amazon India, which has been busy selling cheap goods and services across the country, has announced a new category of goods and offers to help people in India save money and cut down on food waste.
Amazon India is adding cheap and affordable family activities to the shopping experience.
The categories of goods available for sale include housewares, household cleaning products, household cleaners, cooking appliances, cleaning supplies, and furniture.
The new category, which Amazon is calling “Family Fun,” will include affordable household activities such as home cleaning and cleaning up house.
The offer is available on Amazon’s India website, and it will be available on its app for iOS and Android devices in the coming days.
This is a huge step forward in helping people cut down their food waste, which is one of the main reasons why India’s economy is in such poor shape.
In 2016, India’s food wastage totaled $8.8 billion, which was the third highest in the world behind China and the United States.
In addition to the $8 billion food wastages, the country also lost $8 trillion in healthcare and lost $5.8 trillion to the effects of pandemic-related disasters, according to the World Bank.
This move will help people save money.
The Indian economy has shrunk by 3.2% since 2014, which comes to a total of about $867 billion in lost productivity, according the National Consumer Council.
According to the National Centre for Social Justice Research, India lost more than 2.5 million jobs in 2016 due to job losses and the loss of manufacturing and construction.
It has also lost about $6.8 million per day since 2014.
The move will also help people cut their food wastetime.
According to the Centre for Science and Environment, more than 5.6 million households in India are expected to be facing food wastaging by 2025, according a report from the World Resources Institute.
The Prime Minister also announced an increase in the government’s expenditure for food and non-food items.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that this expenditure would be doubled to a whopping Rs. 2,400 per household by 2022.
In the past, the government has spent money on building new roads and highways, and constructing schools, hospitals, and other infrastructure.
This new spending on affordable household cleaning and household cleaning supplies will also be a boost to the economy, Modi said.