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be­hind this hec­tic par­lay­ing is “to pro­vide max cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion by us­ing ve­gan in­gre­di­ents, some­thing which classes such as Jains con­sider ex­tremely cred­it­wor­thy.” The group ex­panded its op­er­a­tions by adding a new prod­uct line for man­u­fac­tur­ing of eth­nic sweets with brand “Milk N Nut” in year 1998. This is laced with Milk, co­conut and sugar. As a foot­note, though sweets do not en­joy a long shelf life, this par­tic­u­lar prod­uct can last for upto nine months due to value-added in­gre­di­ents in it. The Ma­hak-ites have even de­vel­oped a Fruit Yo­ghurt flavoured Fruit Jel with brand name Frugurt in ready to eat pack­ag­ing with a shelf life of 6 months. Whereas the group fur­ther ex­panded by way of set­ting up a new unit in the year 2004 at Par­wanoo (Hi­machal Pradesh) with lat­est ul­tra-mod­ern Plant & Ma­chin­ery. Ini­tially, this was used for pro­duc­tion of hard boiled & soft can­dies. Im­me­di­ately, this was fol­lowed by adding onto the prod­uct line by pro­duc­tion of dou­ble colour, ready-to-eat fruit jel prod­ucts and Pud­ding with Jelly, brand named “Jelly Pud.”As

Par­wanoo Prod­ucts

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