• Based on the overall test findings, Priyagold is the top performer. It is also the value-for-money brand (Rs 20 for 200 gm pack). • In the sensory panel tests, Anmol was the most liked brand and was followed by Priyagold and Cremica. The least preferred brands were Dukes and Parle. • Dietary fibre was highest in Patanjali (7.1 per cent), followed by Priyagold with 6.6 per cent. However, the dietary fibre in Patanjali was much lower than their claim of 12.48 per cent. • Dietary fibre was lowest in Cremica (4.3 per cent). • The highest amount of protein was found in Priyagold (8.6 per cent); it was lowest in Cremica (7.0 per cent). • Fat was found highest in Dukes (23.5 per cent) and Unibic (23.5 per cent), and lowest in Anmol (15 per cent). Most of the brands have used palm oil. • Energy value was highest in Dukes (499.9 kcal/100 gm) and lowest in Anmol (458.6 kcal/100 gm). • Carbohydrates percentage was highest in Anmol (73.4) and lowest in Unibic (63.8). • Sugar content was highest in Anmol (22.5 per cent) and lowest in Britannia (17 per cent). Consume less sugar, particularly if you are an elderly person or a diabetic. • Cremica (370 cfu/100 gm) and Anmol (310 cfu/100 gm) were found to have a slightly higher total plate count. However, Indian Standard has not specified any limit for TPC.