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Friday, October 30, 2020

Showcasing Indian authenticity to a global platform

Pachranga International was started in the year 1943 with an aim to give shape to the food industry and bring the taste of authentic pickles in the Indian market and in the year 2002, it changed to Pachranga International Inc.

Pachranga International Inc., well known for its collection of pickles, highlights Indian pickles in the global platform and gives traditional recipes their due respect. Along with pickles range, they also introduced other products like sweet petha, sweet gulkand and murabba. From their large setup of production at Panipat, Haryana, they make deliveries across various markets.

The company claims to be a popular name that is trusted by a large customer base as they make the best combination of taste, aroma, quality and price available in a large collection of food items and are amongst the best names of the Indian food industry, which has taken the traditional art of making pickles, sauces and other items to great perfection.

After making their presence felt in the Indian market, Pachranga targeted the international market and Indian food lovers in the markets of Canada, US, UK, Kuwait and Italy started relying on them, states the company.

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At Pachranga, they believe that their major strength is the attractive and hygienic packaging and so they indulge in packaging all food items safely. Food grade packaging materials of different sizes and textures are used to pack food products.

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