NutriParadise on verge of expansion of dietary foods

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NutriParadise Foods has commenced discussions with certified manufacturing units adhering to national and international quality manufacturing standards to engage in the production of its range of special dietary foods supplied to hospitals.

The company, which is three years old, focuses on providing nutritious food to hospitalised patients with special dietary requirements.

These are being now manufactured at the CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) pilot plant in Mysuru.

Going by the demand for special dietary foods, NutriParadise envisages expanding its product portfolio for patients with chronic kidney disease, cancer, fatty liver and gastro-intestinal, cardiac and neurological ailments, among others.

All products are formulated after conducting extensive research on each ingredient and processing methods. Serving size packaging helps to retain the wholesomeness of the products until consumption.

All the steps taken are approved and in synergy with the Indian manufacturing standards approved by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).

The use of 100 per cent organic ingredients with no any preservatives reduces the product’s shelf life. Therefore there is selective competition in this market.

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