The Darsot Food Corporation has launched two new Chakalaka variants, Dürsots Mild Chakalaka and Dürsots Hot Chakalaka.
Fresh Jalapeños are used to add an extra bite to the hot variant, rather than spice or chillies. Both variants are completely devoid of preservatives, as are all the company's canned foods. The latest offerings contain fresh ingredients and an even mix of carrots, green peppers, tomatoes, cabbage, onions, vegetables and selected spices.
“Most Chakalaka products found on the market today are based either with tomatoes or cabbages as its main ingredient,” says Muhammed Darsot, marketing & sales director. “Our award winning unique brand, however, ensures an even mix of vegetables.”
All spices are blended by the Darsot Food Corporation according to authentic Indian recipes. “You won't find any off-the-shelf spices used in any of our products,” says Muhammed.
The new products are available in select stores now.
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