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Truly Indian, the Authentic & Satisfying Ethnic Cuisine, Exhibits at the 37th Winter Fancy Food Show
Food Company Reveals New Products at Prominent Trade Event in San Francisco
By: Sabina Gault
With a love for vegetables and cheese, Truly Indian spices things up by blending these together in unforgettable curries and dishes that will warm up your lunches and dinners. The company will sample some of their newest additions to the brand like the Kashmiri Palak Paneer (a delightful spinach and Paneer cheese dish in a mildly flavored curried sauce), the Punjabi Chatpate Chole (a tasty curried chick pea dish in a richly spiced hot sauce,) and the Aloo Matar (potatoes and green peas in a scrumptious hot sauce). Also available at the Truly Indian booth is the Matar Paneer (green peas and lightly fried Paneer cheese).
“We are thrilled to be back at the Fancy Food Show and showcase the expanded brand,” said Truly Indian Managing Director Bimal Thakkar. “Fans of ethnic cuisine will love the special spices and aromas in our wide range of products. We have created an exceptional concept and can’t wait to share them at the show with buyers and shop owners.”
Truly Indian is a brand owned by ADF Foods based in Mumbai, India. The company will be exhibiting in the 37th Winter Fancy Food Show at the Moscone Center, located at 747 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. The company invites current customers and first-timers to come by and sample the items at their booth, #3405. For more information on the show, please visit specialtyfood.com/
About ADF Foods
Founded in 1932, ADF Foods is a renowned ethnic food processing company that creates pickles, chutneys, spices, and canned and frozen dishes. As a world leader in quality ethnic cuisine, ADF Foods compiles in-depth research and uses rich ingredients to create traditional food. Available in retail outlets such as Whole Foods Market, Ralphs, Safeway, Kroger and Wegmans, the company offers matchless taste that represents Indian culture and tradition. For more information on ADF Foods, please visit www.adf-foods.com