Dairy Day, a leading ice cream brand in South India, has launched ‘Chilli Guava’, a delicious mix of guava fruit pulp, chilli and salt in Bengaluru today. Dairy Day’s Chilli Guava brings the authentic flavour of guava, in a delicious sorbet, as real as biting into fresh guava fruit. Priced at Rs. 20 for a 60 ml stick, Chilli Guava is available at over 30,000 outlets across Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.
Speaking on the launch, MN Jaganath, Director, Dairy Day said, “The ice cream industry is one of the most innovative verticals in the food sector. At Dairy Day we constantly strive to offer our customers the best in terms of quality and flavours. Chilli Guava adds to our range of mouth-watering combinations unique to India such as Paan Twist, Gajar Halwa, Gulab Jamun among others. Ice cream aficionados can look forward to more innovative fresh new flavours from Dairy Day.”
Dairy Day offers more than 150 products in over 30 flavours in a variety of cups, cones, sticks, tubs and other novelties. Dairy Day has market favourites such as Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate, Pista, Butterscotch, Mango among others along with its own unique favours such as Ice-cream Cake, Paan Twist, Rajbhog, Gulab Jamun, Gajar Halwa and Ice-cream Sandwich.
Dairy Day, which is a leading ice cream brand in South India, recently forayed into Maharashtra. Dairy Day is available across 2,000 outlets including Pune, Kolhapur, Beed, Satara and several other cities and towns across the state. The company has partnered with over 1,000 outlets in Pune alone.
Founded in 2002, Dairy Day is one of the leading brands in South India with extensive presence in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Dairy Day manufactures and supplies approximately 150 products in over 30 flavours. The range of products include a variety of cups, cones, sticks, tubs and other novelties. The company has two state-of- the-art manufacturing units in Karnataka, spread over 2 lakh square feet with production capacity of 1.4 lakh litres per day.
Dairy Day is available across most of the cities and towns in South India and Maharashtra and supplies its products through a network of more than 30,000 retailers.