Breakfast & Dairy

  • Amul Malai Paneer Sterilised...

    • Most convenient form of paneer
    • Rich in Proteins
    • Pure and Hygienic
    • Having high fat and low moisture compared to loose paneer available in market.
    • Paneer having smooth, uniform texture and softness.
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    Amul Taaza Fresh Toned...

    • No need to boil
    • Cut open and drink
    • No need to refrigerate till open
    • Stays fresh for 2 days after opening if kept in refrigerator
    • No powder or water added
    • No preservative or chemical
    • Easy to carry and use while traveling

    Amul Taaza Fresh Toned...

  • Kellogg’s Chocos, High in...

    • Bring a little magic to your Kid’s day with the delicious taste of Kellogg’s Chocos.
    • Kellogg’s Chocos is a Solid & Nourishing food for your kids. One serve of 30g of Kellogg’s Chocos has the protein & fiber of 1 Wheat Roti of 30g.
    • It is enriched with 10 essential vitamins and minerals. Kellogg’s Chocos is high in calcium, low in fat and naturally cholesterol-free.
    • Crafted to make your kid’s milk bowl tasty and fun, our chocolaty, crunchy and grain-based cereal makes for a tasty pick-me-up at school or as an evening snack.

    Kellogg’s Chocos, High in...

  • Kellogg’s Corn Flakes –...

    • With iron shakti
    • Top with fresh or dried fruits, nuts or cinnamon to enjoy the healthy
    • No added preservatives
  • Nilons Corn Flakes 200g

    • Nilon’s Corn Flakes are crunchy and golden flakes made from premium corn kernels. They are healthy delicious and ideal for breakfast.Its a nourishing,
    • wholesome breakfast at its very best.
      Made from real natural corn, with iron and 8 essential vitamins including A, C and B-Group vitamins, it offers the balanced combination of nourishment and great taste.
    • So start your familys day with a bowl of wholesome goodness and watch the happiness spread.

    Nilons Corn Flakes 200g

  • Sundrop Peanut Butter, Regular...

    • This is a vegetarian product
    • Zero cholesterol
    • 25 percent goodness of protein

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