In the morning, the sun's rays fade into the gardens. From there to the carriage flats and homes with stored vegetables and fruits. The cart is a small supermarket with temperatures ranging from 14 to 16 degrees. One of the major attractions at the Divya International Agricultural Fair in Thrissur is the solar-powered moving vegetable supermarket.
Three tons of fruit and vegetables can be collected in the cart. Relative Humidity is controlled at 75. The energy comes from the solar panel attached to the cart. Bengaluru-based Rinak India Limited is a miniature moving AC. Supermarket prepared. Both sides of the cart, which are parked in public places, will expand three feet. There you can find more than 100 trays in two storeys, two tonnes of fruit, vegetables and legumes. Beneath it is a ton of storage shed.
It is built on a 22 foot long chassis. Vegetables and fruits can be purchased fresh as they come directly from the farmers. Farmers have a fair price and a low price for the consumer as there is no middleman. Products can be stored and stored for up to four days. If the chassis of the cart is purchased and the company supplies it. Solar panels can be installed up to 3.5 kWh. The company has so far sold four carts.