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Himalayan Orchard Pure Collaborates With Masaba Gupta

August 10, 2017
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If you’ve been spotting Himalayan Orchard Pure Flavoured water bottles in the supermarket, I’d suggest you grab all three flavours and give it a try! You won’t be disappointed. The flavours are refreshing, contain a very nominal ratio of sugar content and can be taken as a great post lunch/sugar-rush or evening on-the-rocks drink. Launched just recently, the Himalayan Orchard Pure flavoured water range has become a talk amongst food lovers and health-enthusiasts alike. Being a witness to the launch, I got to try these flavoured drinks first, which are entitled to change the algorithm of drinking healthy and feeling content at the same time. Did you know that Himalayan Drinking Water is actually collected, packaged and bottled from the Himalayas? Which means upon consumption, we get to drink the purest form of water available in India. Adding natural flavours to this, Himalaya Orchard Pure mineral water by NourishCo Beverages Ltd, is the latest to hit the ‘all natural products’ market. What caught my attention is that it is bottled in easy to carry containers. Another point that I liked was that this water is supposed to contain all the natural minerals found in water naturally, and many of the others added to it. Speaking about myself, I have a really intense sweeth tooth. Which means, I cannot do without drinking something sweet on a daily basis. Himalayan Orchard Pure Mineral Water not only provides a sweet fruity flavour to the drink, but the purest collection of water ensures my body staying hydrated at all times as well! Himalayan Mineral water has enhanced the flavour of its water with three different flavours like Peach, Apple and Strawberry. So, now you have naturally flavoured drinking water. This water is available at just Rs 55 for a bottle of 500 ml in in …

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PepsiCo Lays – Making Of The Golden Chip

December 9, 2016
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Saving every penny to buy a pack of Lays and pray to get a TAZO different from my over-flooding collection of these 286 colourful plastic disks – That’s how I spent my childhood! Growing up on Magic Masala and switching to the American Style Cheese & Onion, the transition has been quite a wonderful journey. Not just myself, but I have seen my elders switching from the regular ‘Namkeens’ to offering & gifting packs of Kurkure as the ultimate snacking option with friends and family. We have all cherished munching on an array of Lays and Kurkure flavors throughout our lives, with Saif Ali Khan and other Bollywood sirens sharing our love for PepsiCo all the while; nothing has ever deterred our love for these bites. And to experience the true value of PepsiCo’s dedication towards producing the best quality snacks and motive behind maintaining a production environment that balances all spheres of lifestyle, I was invited over to visit their biggest Lays & Kurkure production plant in Dhulagarh, Kolkata. I can write an entire article on how I felt; taking a tour of this plant, but let me summarize it to this, that while I was taken through the entire production process, all I could think of were 2 things – 1. Can I just stretch my hand, pick a crisp chip and munch on it already? 2. Why do people say that Kurkure has plastic in it, when not even a plastic vessel is used in the production?  Lay’s- Making Of The Golden Chip PepsiCo not only takes extra precautions in the production of Lays, but the brand takes active participation with thousands of farmers, providing them resources and regular interactive technical knowledge to produce the right quality of potato in India. Their major part of potato sourcing …

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