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Health food brand Bagrry's launches restaurant

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Bagrry's India Ltd -- a breakfast cereal and health foods brand -- has now ventured into the Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) format with the Bagrry's Health Cafe, which has opened doors here.

The restaurant is located at Vasant Square Mall here.

The menu boasts of nutritious and high fibre grains like oats, whole wheat, multi grains, muesli and bran to make a delectable range of sandwiches, cookies, brownies, muffins, et al.

"Indian consumers are getting more and more health conscious and increasingly looking for healthier options. However, healthy and tasty options are not so widely available in India right now. Bagrry's Health Cafe, therefore, seeks to fill this vacuum with its healthy, tasty and on-the-go offerings," Aditya Bagri, director, Bagrry's India, said in a statement.

Bagrry's QSR aims to revolutionise the fast food space with an all-day menu spanning across breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner options along with beverages.

Key offerings include Muesli pots, which offer individualised and personalised toppings which add to the health quotient; sandwiches and bagels which are made with multigrain options, whole wheat and added bran or oats; brownies and muffins, which are enhanced with whey protein, whole wheat and oats; cold pressed juices, green tea and slim coffee.

The brand aims to set up seven outlets by the end of the year at key locations in Delhi-NCR.

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First Published: Fri, March 11 2016. 14:05 IST
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