Sattvik Council of India, ‘world’s first vegetarian’ food safety and regulatory compliance for vegetarian, allied adherents and lifestyle Standard Development Organization has exclusively “Sattvik Certified” ITC Royal Vega Restaurants in “ITC Grand Chola, Chennai”, “ITC Narmada, Ahmedabad” and “ITC Royal Bengal, Kolkata” emphasizing that all the cuisines has been cooked in compliance with Sattvik Management Standards ensuring 100% vegetarian processing and utilization of the food products.

“It’s a pleasure to associate with ITC, where the objective to provide the pure vegetarian foods that ensures the good food quality for the consumers. At Sattvik India Council, we describe food safety as large and transformative, all the global forces that define the future of food safety. With ITC Royal Vega Restaurants, we have been committed in utilization of 100% vegetarian ingredients and ensuring free from any contamination by non-vegetarian products’, says Abhishek Biswas (Founder & Secretary General of SCI).

ITC Royal Vega has been a part of Indian Sattvik Culture and has its benchmark of proving an “exclusive luxury vegetarian cuisines that features a fine collection of timeless delicacies, based on the ancient signature vegetarian dishes from the erstwhile royal kitchens of India, the system of seasonal cooking and has their influences from the Nizams, the Peshawars and other cuisines of the royals. Also, exemplifies an exclusive blend of traditional & progressive renditions of Southern and Northern Indian cuisines, which is rooted to the gravitas of the unique tastes, aromas & flavors of Indian spices.”

With the Sattvik Verification Label Mark resembling that, quality and safety of Vegetarian cuisines has met the Sattvik Management Standard. Sattvik Verification provides transparent assurance that products do not contain any hidden non-vegan, non- vegetarian and harmful substances.

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