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Mrida Greens launches 5 more herbal extracts

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Mrida Greens and Organics today announced launch of five more herbal extracts.

Presently, the Gujarat-based company processes and sells aloe vera dry extracts.

The five new dry herbal extracts include Noni, Vijaysar , Shtavari, Amla and Shankhapushpi, Mrida Greens said in a statement.

"We ensure that the nutritional value of the product is retained through minimal processing, so as to provide high quality products to our customers, and maximum health benefits to the end user," Mrida Greens Co-Founder and Chief Executive Manoj Khanna said.

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BMB disburses loan to 1000 women entreprenuers * Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) disbursed loans to 1000 women entrepreneurs across the country today.

BMB also signed MoUs with the Federation of Indian Women Entrepreneurs (FIWE) and the Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council (BWSSC) to celebrate International Women's Day.

These tie-ups will encourage training, counselling and skill development of women through lending by BMB which is in line with Make in India programme, the bank said.

BMB Executive Director SM Swathi said it is important to support women entrepreneurship for the growth of the country.

The bank offers special discount to women entrepreneurs and women customers, she said.

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'Destination North East-2017' concluded in Chandigarh

Chandigarh: The final day of 'Destination North East-2017' event was today devoted to business to consumer (B2C) session on promoting tourism in North East India which has big potential for tourist attraction.

The three-day Destination North East-2017 was organised by the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) in coordination with PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Presiding over the valedictory function, C K Das, Member, North East Council (NEC) highlighted the geographical importance and the unique position of North East Region specially in the promotion of tourism industry in an environment-friendly manner with full public participation.

In the B2C session on Promoting Tourism in North East India, Gautam Chintey, Adviser, (Banking, Industries & Tourism) NEC said North East has unique features for attraction of tourists from all over the globe.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Wed, March 08 2017. 20:03 IST