Kitchen Treasure Pickles Launched

Published: 11th May 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th May 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

Kitchen Treasure

KOCHI: Following the encouraging response it received for its Kitchen Treasures curry masalas and spice powders launched recently, Intergrow Foods, the domestic arm of the Kochi-based `2,000-crore Synthite, one of the largest spice companies in the world, launched six varieties of pickles. Ashok Mani, CEO and Managing Director, Intergrow Foods, launched the pickles by handing over a set to M G Rajamanickam, District Collector and R Nishanthini, Police Commissioner, Thrissur.  The pickles are now available across Kerala and in the consumer markets of Europe, US, Gulf countries, Singapore, Australia, etc. targeting the Malayali diaspora.

Ashok Mani said, “Continuing the quality tradition that we maintain for our spice ranges, we have made the pickles from the best of ingredients that are free from adulteration. For the past 40 years, we have been supplying to the global market under stringent quality control standards like BRC and European HACCP among others,” he said.

Kitchen Treasures has launched cut mango, tender mango, lemon and garlic and two non-veg variants prawn and fish in packs of 150 gm and 400 gm.                  


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