Document Type : Research Article
The spread of Novel Corona virus (COVID-19) has had far-reaching effects on the supply chain,
from raw materials to final goods. Consequences for public health, hygiene, and diet have
resulted from these shifts. Concerns about food safety have contributed to a growth in
consumers' preference for buying and eating locally produced foods. During the COVID-19
pandemic, consumers considered green goods as safer and healthier, which might have long-term
effects on their diets and healthcare spending. Concern for the environment has gone global.
Marketers are aware of the need to embrace green marketing tactics in response to the World
Health Organization's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs. In addition, these days shoppers
know a little more about green advertising than they did a year ago. As a result, several Indian
factories are adopting eco-friendly advertising strategies. Using a self-administered survey,
primary data was gathered for this investigation. In all, 400 replies met the criteria for further
examination. Therefore, a new model is being presented to the marketers in order to increase
their market share and profit among the rivals in the business.