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Back in November, we reported that Paper Boat was planning to foray into the packaged food market. Paper Boat, which is loved for its unique ethnic drinks planned to focus on the ethnic foods niche. Say Hello To Chikki Carrying

Paper Boat, which is much loved across India for its unique, ethnic drinks, plans to foray into the packaged food market. Following the same approach as the beverages Paper Boat manufactures, these packaged foods will focus on traditional and ethnic

Hope, a small word to describe an enormous feeling, and a crucial part of the journey towards our dreams. As children, we are full of hopes and dreams, but somewhere along the way, we forget the necessity and importance of

According to Business Line, 11 months after withdrawing it’s energy drink, Tzinga, from the market Hector Beverages Pvt Ltd has relaunched the drinks in a new formulation. Last year, FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) had declared Tzinga

Paper Boat’s two most successful flavours – Aamras and Anar – have now been launched in Tetra Pak’s distinctive Tetra Prisma Aseptic 500ml cartons, that also come with the re-sealable StreamCap. Neeraj Kakkar, Co-Founder, CEO, Hector Beverages commented on the

We’re nearing the end of Ramadan and foodies are scrambling, trying to quickly enjoy as many Ramadan themed delicacies as possible before the holy month ends. One item that should be on your Ramadan-food bucket list is Paper Boat’s Serbet-E-Khaas.

Most of us have some familiar flavours that remind us of childhood. Perhaps it’s your mother’s chicken biryani or your grandmother’s kulchas. Perhaps it’s a simple as a cool, refreshing glass of thandai if you’re North Indian or panakam if

You all know Paper Boat, right? The ethnic drinker that aims to bring up memories of our childhood with their authentic, no preservatives drink. Well at least, that’s what their ad suggests and we love it. Read our feature here. 

“And dream that my paper boats float on and on Under the midnight stars. The fairies of sleep are sailing in them, And the lading in their baskets full of dreams”   This extract from Rabindrantah Tagore’s poem Paper Boats