Amrakhand Wadi (500 gm)
Amrakhand is a delicious creamy, thick and soft mango dessert popular in Maharastra. This fresh mango dish is combined with strained yoghurt to make a yummy sweet treat. What better way could there be to enjoy the taste of amrakhand than bite sized wadis.
About the Maker
When Purushottam Athavale retired in 1970, rather than sit around the house and do nothing, he decided to start selling homemade wadi – a unique type of burfi. Together with his wife Sushila, he attracted a lot of customers with this special delicacy. Their son, Milind, joined hands in 2000 and took over the enterprise and continues to add strength to it. The company uses the label Athavale’s and is a trusted name in the food industry. Athavale’s began with special varieties such as amba wadi (mango burfi), kajukand wadi (cashew nut burfi), and shrikhand wadi (strained yoghurt burfi). Their motto was simple: providing delicious food products with the best quality. The 45-year-old family business is now run by Milind Athavale’s wife Maitryee and son Shantanu. Once a humble start-up, the brand now engages semi-automatic machines and labour force to churn out 500 kg of goods on a daily basis.
Product is shipped immediately upon order confirmation.
|Ingredients||Strained yoghurt, mango pulp, cardamom, sugar|
A secure carton box is used around the original vendor packaging to keep the product safe and intact during transport. Personal messages can be facilitated based on request and availability.
Product will be air-shipped and delivered in 1 to 4 business days, after order confirmation. A nominal shipping rate of INR 50 is charged per 500 gm of product.