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ITC Foods Division Review

ITC also known as Indian Tobacco Company was started in 1910 as the Imperial Tobacco Company and  was renamed as the Indian Tobacco Company later in 1970. This company is head quartered in Kolkata, West Bengal and has 5 different business divisions. We specifically are talking about the  ITC Foods Division like Kitchens of India, Aashirvaad, Sunfeast, Candyman etc.

1. Aashirvaad
Aashirvaad
The Aashirvaad range of products include Atta, Salt, Spices and Instant mixes but Atta is actually the favorite. This brand was launched in 2002 and it has become one of our favorites. Comparing to the other atta brands, I think Aashirvaad is a premium and pure product.

2. Bingo!
Bingo! Yumitos | Mad Angles
This is an Indian answer to Lays both in tastes and flavored packed air. Bingo! Yumitos has become one of the favorites chips in India because of its India centric flavoring. Bingo! also has Mad Angles which is like an Indian flavored tortilla.

3. Sunfeast Biscuits
 ITC Sunfeast Biscuits
Released in 2003, ITC Sunfeast Biscuits are one of the best brands stood for its amazing quality. My favorites will be all varients of Dark Fantasy, Dream Cream and Hi Fi Cookies. Sunfeast brand also has pastas and I am impressed with it.

4. Kitchens of India
Frankly as a south indian, I would prefer MTR over Kitchens of India but if I want to have any north Indian food then I think Kitchens of India would play a major role. Kitchens of India mostly has focused on north Indian delicacies and its well preserved. The tetra packing preserves the taste and the quality of food.

5. B-Natural
B Natural
B Natural juices was launched in January 2015 and since then its making a solid name. Slightly leading the Fruit juices market, B-Natural does have a long way to become one of the favorites among us.

6. Yippee Noodles
Yippee Noodles
Yippee Noodles comes in 3 flavors namely Classic Masala, Chinese Masala and Magic Masala. This noodles is decent, I mean I would really be happy if they get in little more taste. This Yippee Noodles is actually non-sticky noodles comes in round shape which is innovative but I would love to bring in little more taste in the masalas


So finally ITC Foods carries a well established name in the market and its for all the right reasons. 
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