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Generic pharmacy retail chain Davaindia expands in North India, opens new store in Lucknow

By Retail4Growth Bureau | July 01, 2024

The leading private generic pharmacy retail chain of Zota Healthcare Ltd now has 390 stores in North India, with 220 situated in Uttar Pradesh, and 25 in Lucknow alone.

Davaindia of Zota Healthcare Ltd, positioned as India’s largest private generic pharmacy retail chain, has announced the opening of its newest store in Lucknow. The new store is located at Gole Market, in Mahanagar, Lucknow.

With the inauguration of this new outlet, Davaindia has significantly strengthened its presence in North India, now boasting 390 stores in the region. Notably, 220 of these stores are situated in Uttar Pradesh, with 25 in Lucknow alone.

"The positive reception and increasing demand for high-quality generic drugs in Northern India have led to our massive expansion in the surroundings of Lucknow city. Davaindia is committed to meeting this rising demand and ensuring affordable healthcare access for all," stated Dr. Sujit Paul, Group CEO of Zota Healthcare Ltd.

He further added, “We aspire to bring a strip of generic medicines to the pocket of every Indian. Davaindia offers high-quality medicines at affordable prices, providing significant cost savings through lower MRPs on medicine bills. As the country’s largest generic pharmacy retail chain, we are conducting health activities across 60+ locations, offering services such as blood sugar checks, blood pressure monitoring, cholesterol tests, and eye screenings. We look forward to continuing our dedicated service to the community.”

The company has ambitious expansion plans and is keen on increasing its presence to all the key areas of Uttar Pradesh. Various initiatives like #Change -focusing on women's health and menstrual hygiene with the help of literature, on-ground events & also giving out sanitary pads to underprivileged sections, # Careforall – Caring specially for animals & encouraging acts of kindness & many more are being undertaken. 


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