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DPG launches new spice range ‘DP Retail Masala’ for Indian kitchens

The spices are available on DP Retail’s e-commerce platform and its flagship store ‘DP Retails’
DPG launches new spice range ‘DP Retail Masala’ for Indian kitchens
DPG launches new spice range ‘DP Retail Masala’ for Indian kitchens

Understanding India’s taste buds, Darwin Platform Group has offered an innovative product range for Indian kitchens in all food categories with premium quality blended spices under the brand name ‘DP Retail Masala’. 

According to the claims made by DPG, the spices manufactured using the best quality of raw materials are perfectly roasted, blended in perfect proportion to deliver authentic local taste. All the masalas are made in small batches and packed in PET jars to retain the aroma, flavour and taste through the life of the product. With its dedicated passion to bring home new and trending international flavours in exciting ways, DP Retail Masala offers a new-age spice range.

The spices are available on DP Retail’s e-commerce platform and its flagship store ‘DP Retails’. “The masala range is launched keeping in mind our efforts to get into retail of grocery items under the private label named ‘DP Masala’ in every nook and corner of India retaining the taste of every region,” said Dr Raja Roy Choudhury, Group CEO, Darwin Platform Group.

“Now, we have the most unique and innovative taste enhancer that beats all other spices available in the market. Specialised in condiments and cooking pastes, the new range of products signifies yet another long-needed innovation in food processing,” added Dr Choudhury. 

An exotic, spicy, and tangy blend of flavours, DP Masala Mix comes in sprinkler powder form, making it easy and convenient for everyday usage. Spice lovers just need to sprinkle it over or use it as a masala ingredient in their daily food dishes to bring out an extra zest of flavours and taste. DP Masala Mix has all kinds of Indian flavours.

Currently, DP Masala is available in different blended variants like garam masala, vegetable masala, hing (asafoetida) powder, chicken masala, chana masala, paanipuri masala, shahi biryani masala, tea masala and spices in powder form like turmeric, red chili powder, cumin, coriander, pepper and many more.

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