100-natural

100%
Natural

authentic-indian

Authentic
Indian Range

Recipes by
Master Chefs

Taste the journey of lifetime

The Company

ITC Limited is an Indian conglomerate with businesses across FMCG products, Hotels, Paper & Packaging, Agri-Business and Information technology. With a workforce of 26,000, revenues of US$8 Billion and a market capitalisation of US$ 45 Billion, ITC has been rated among India's '10 Most Valuable (Company) Brands', according to a study conducted by Brand Finance and published by the Economic Times. They also rank among Asia's 50 best-performing companies compiled by Business Week.

The Brand

Synonymous with traditional, regal cuisine, Kitchens of India, an ITC endeavour, offers authentic, delicious food made from timeless royal recipes of yore. Painstakingly mastered and perfected by the Master Chefs of ITC Hotels, a leading chain of hotels with over 100 properties spread across 70 destinations in India, it offers ready-to-eat gourmet cuisine, masala mixes, chutneys and conserves with a worldwide distribution. Kitchens of India has made its impressive presence felt in countries like India, USA, Germany and Canada and is available in over 50 appetising Indian flavours for a truly king-sized feast for the senses.

Product Information

Their delectable range spans vegetarian and non-vegetarian ready-to-eat dishes, masala mixes, chutneys and conserves. The entire range is made with 100% natural ingredients and is free of preservatives. With ‘keep fresh’ packs, they ensure an instant culinary experience and a feast for your senses.

Available at

Speciality stores and Supermarkets across Singapore, Online at Redmart.

Promotion

Sonnamera promotes the Kitchens of India range through samplings and cooking demonstrations.

Interesting Facts

One of Kitchens of India’s most popular products is Dal Bukhara, made famous by the Master Chefs of The ITC Maurya Hotel in Delhi. This classic vegetarian curry of black lentils, tomatoes, ginger and garlic gets its divine flavour after being simmered with a blend of spices on a charcoal fire for 18 hours.