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Dairy Day launches Haldi and Chyawanprash immunity-boosting ice-cream

Dairy Day is one of the top 10 ice cream brand in India with an extensive presence in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and Pondicherry. They launched Dairy Plus, a range of ice creams having immunity boosting ingredients. This new range of product contains the immunity-boosting ingredients with all the goodness of the brand. They initially looked into two flavours namely, Haldi (Turmeric) ice cream and Chyawanprash ice cream.

The new range of products taps into emerging trends and deliver products with outstanding taste manufactured in a safe and hygienic manner. As consumers are seeking healthy and immunity-boosting ingredients all the products by the products are innovated, developed and produced at its state-of-the-art facility in Karnataka, according to the company.

The Haldi ice cream contains three great immunity-boosting ingredients, turmeric, pepper and honey. The Chyawanprash ice cream contains the flavour of amla or gooseberry, dates and honey. These are the two varieties, that are made up with the goodness of milk and immunity-boosting ingredients without adding any artificial flavours and colour, as per the company.

“We are known for innovative and unique flavours. All this is done by adhering to the standards of food safety and hygiene. During this unprecedented time, consumers are seeking out additional measures to build and strengthen their immunity” said by M N Jaganath, co-founder of Dairy Day.

The Dairy Day Haldi and Chyawanprash ice creams come up with 60ml cup and 700ml home pack which are priced at Rs 20 and Rs 199 respectively. These are available across 30,000 plus outlets, namely in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Pondicherry.

Click Here to know more about the Haldi and Chyawanprash immunity-boosting ice-cream.

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