Gulabs Launches ‘Mini Pickles’ And They Are Delightful!

The makers of tasty and delectable hand-crafted Indian snacks, has launched ‘Mini Pickles’. Each packet comes in 20 grams and are available in three flavours – LemonSweet Mango and Mango. Without any use of artificial flavours or colours, they are handmade from age old recipes, solar dried and packed ensuring that the flavours are retained in the best possible manner. The lemon pickle is 100% oil free. These pickles will be an ideal taste enhancer for chapatis, parathas, rice, breads, theplas and khakhras.
 
Commenting on the launch of new pickles, Ms. Ruchika Gupta, VP – Sales and Marketing of Gulabs said, “With enticing and spicy flavours, Gulabs pickles are a favourite pick of our customers. We have always been striving to understand the requirements of our patrons and these new small version of pickles is from the realization that it would be helpful for many if there is an option to relish them in containers which are easy to carry around. As the quantity and size of the packet is small, this would be also suitable for the travellers.”
 
Gulabs Mini Pickles are available at leading food retail outlets and online portals. With innovative packaging ensuring portability, the lemon pickle and mango pickle are priced at Rs.10 whilst the sweet mango pickle is priced at Rs 15. Chennaites can get these delicious products from various outlets in the city or through delivery, but all you folks every where else in India can also order these pickles and other tasty snacks.
Gulabs products have been in existence for over 20+ years and its forte being handcrafted quality food products like khakhras, masalas, pickles and sharbats made from age old recipes (100 years old) passed on from generations. Gulabs products involve the usage of highest quality of curated raw materials thereby having a superior taste. By following stringent quality norms, the products are FSSAI certified and even suitable for Jain consumption. For more information, visit website: http://gulabs.in/

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