After a series of immunity booster milks like Turmeric, Tulsi, Ginger, Heritage foods put forward a new range in the immunity booster portfolio as Ashwagandha Milk, to ameliorate the individual’s immunity with its utmost ayurvedic properties.
The nutritious milk contains extracts of Withania Somnifera (commonly Ashwagandha) which is an age old ingredient to get rid of a lot of infections and diseases. From boosting immunity, till working in the body to metabolise essential elements Ashwagandha has already been listed since time immemorial. Increases vitality of the individual and prevention against some common viruses too.
This product provides 90 days of shelf life, texture is highly homogeneous and comes in handy sterilized packaging. It can be gulped chilled or hot as preferred, Luke warm is purposely recommended.
Free of artificial ingredients, leads a major thumbs up for the product, is now available in all e-commerce, retail shops, standalones, as well as on Heritage TUCH mobile application, priced at Rs 30 for 170mL PP bottle, go grab your chance to relish.
The company has also launched pure ghee in sachets priced at Rs 10 and Rs 20 to prepare mouth-watering Diwali recipes.
Brahmani Nara, Executive Director, said, “We are excited to launch Ashwagandha Milk, which is an ancient ayurvedic recipe, which is set to boost overall wellbeing of our consumers. Ashwagandha is king of Ayurveda herbs. I am confident that Ashwagadha with goodness of Heritage Milk would entice our consumers. We look forward to offering consumers some thoughtfully crafted gift packs and hope to enliven the spirit of festivity and address consumers’ requirements during these times.”
“By making ghee available in small sachets, we aim to reach every Indian household this festive season. Small sachets have been very effective in driving consumption and are targeted at small families looking at one-time use for festive and other cooking purposes. Consumers across the country who would like to enjoy quality product but do not want to buy big sachets are discovering the convenience offered by small sachet packs,” added Nara.