- Haldi Powder - Chilli Powder - Spices - Rapeseed Oil - Garam Masala - Groundnut Kernels - Mustard Oil -
A leading group of companies promoted by economically sound experts in their fields engaged with manufacturing processing and trade business from half a century.
Annual turnover lies between Rs. 140-150 crores. Products have not only country wide acceptance and appreciation but also known in other countries.
All that has changed in these years but which has not changed is Netaji's tradition of constant quality control that empower us to provide the products of ascending acceptability.
The group had started with a small capital & a small scale unit and a single product. Today is serving by a several companies, good capital and a range of products.
The group reaches near the people by means of pure vegetable edible oils , palatable spices, tastier breads , strong and beautiful building stones & balanced cattle feeds. The group is planning to go in field of cement and chemicals.
A delicate blend of 14 ingredients that captures the flavours of the all time favourite from the south.
The spicier, tastier way to make mutton taste out-of this world.
Mixed to water, this is a pre-dinner appetizer, or a post-dinner digestive.
Just sprinkle pinches on salads, fruits, juices, etc., and savour the difference.
Hot and aromatic mixture of spices makes food palatable, flavourful & tangi & effects carminative, stimulant.
An elaborate blend of 24 spices, this is the staple blend in North Indian cuisine.
Sun-dried, pleasantly flavoured, fenugreek leaves. Sourced from India's principal production centre, Rajasthan. Kasuri methi is excellent for 'reheating' refrigerated food. Gives it a freshly cooked feel.
Coarse ground, lightly coloured, fairly pungent, Guntur chillies. Sourced from the deccan plateaus of Andhra Pradesh, these are acclaimed as 'hot' chillies. It is an indispensable ingredient in Indian gourmet style curries
A perfect blend of garden-fresh aroma and natural green colour. This variety is widely used to give Indian curries its distinct curry flavour
A garden-fresh turmeric powder that has a golden-yellow colour. Known for its high carcumin (colour property) content. It is a popular variety in India, where turmeric is used as a key colouring agent in 'curries'.
Dry Mango Powder
Fine ground, mildly sour, mildly flavoured Dry Mango Powder is made from the variety found in Andhra Pradesh - the land of the finest mangoes in the world. Mango is a principal souring agent and is commonly used in many Indian veg., and South Indian fish preparations