Munch much?

We bring to you the tale behind @Munchymumbai, a food blogging page with 176K followers and counting. They’ve been featured by Huffington Post, Radio Mirchi and many more. Here’s what the OGs of Food Blogging had to say...

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MunchyMumbai came into existence back in 2015, it has been 5 years since we have been in this industry and every time we take up a new project, we are grateful to have been able to come this far with the support of all our followers.

Parth and Sagar both belong to Gujarati households, being foodies themselves they decided to start a food blog to share their everyday food experiences and recommendations that people would enjoy.

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When we started MunchyMumbai, the blogging trend was fairly new and it was very exciting. We still remember the first ever paid collaboration we did, the feeling was unreal! We consider ourselves very fortunate that we were able to turn our passion into a full-time job.

There are hurdles every now and then, in the form of a challenging brief, a tiring shoot or meeting timelines. But throughout the years, we have learnt how to overcome them with patience, teamwork and a calm attitude. Every brand we have worked with has been extremely supportive and that has also helped us get over these challenges.

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We are extremely happy, honestly. The journey has been beautiful! We aim to take MunchyMumbai to greater heights in the near future.

Food blogging will always stay relevant amongst the Netizens. In India, people eat to live – the variety of food, the craze of trying new cuisines, the passionate chefs and the evergreen street food is something people never get tired of watching or trying. Therefore, food blogging has a bright future ahead for sure.

Being brought up in Gujju households, the love for food has been since childhood. We have always seen families coming together and enjoying authentic delicacies, this has definitely played a role in our passion towards food.

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