Athavale’s Methi Mathari

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  • Delivering unique flavours since 1980
  • Traditional Rajasthani snack
  • Shelf life of 90 days
  • 500 kg goods sold daily
  • Deep-fried dough crisps
  • Seasoned with dried fenugreek leaves
  • Brown, rectangular bite-sized pieces
  • Crunchy and salty
  • Ideal teatime snack
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Athavale’s

Makers of the original wadi

 

It is said when one door closes, another one opens. This adage is true for the Athavale family whose entrepreneurial endeavour, Sushila Gruh Udhyog, has transformed into a flourishing sweet business in Pune. When Purushottam Athavale retired in 1970, rather than sit around the house and do nothing, he...

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About Sushila Gruh Udhyog, Pune

Athavale’s

Makers of the original wadi

 

It is said when one door closes, another one opens. This adage is true for the Athavale family whose entrepreneurial endeavour, Sushila Gruh Udhyog, has transformed into a flourishing sweet business in Pune. 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.

 

Specialities

 

Their list of specialities today includes a wider range of flavoured wadi including amrakhand (mango yoghurt), gulkand (rose petal jam), sesame, custard apple, and jambul. They have also expanded to include namkeen such as patal pohe chivda (thin flattened rice mix), maka chivda (cornflake mix), bhajka poha chivda (fried flattened rice mix), and murmura chivda (puffed rice mix).

Wadi is a unique product by Athavale’s, and hence the brand has a monopoly in the market. The brand uses only the choicest dry fruits and ingredients, which provide rich flavour as well as nutrition. Their astute market knowledge and customer feedback help them innovate products which sell like hot cakes when they hit the shelves.

With almost half a century in the sweet business, Athavale’s has earned a deep trust from its customers who vouch for the high quality products sold by the Pune-based confectionery.

Specifications of Athavale’s Methi Mathari

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Mathri is a traditional North Indian crispy cracker, generally prepared and feasted upon during festivals such as Diwali and Karwa Chauth. It was first made in Rajasthan as a snack to last for days without going rancid. Plain mathri is made with refined wheat flour dough and salt and deep-fried to give a delightful crispiness. Athavale’s Methi Mathari is a flavoured variety to which kasuri methi (dried fenugreek leaves) and red chilli powder are added. What you get is a delicious namkeen with a distinctive Punjabi flavour. Munch on the crunchy delicacy with your evening cuppa or serve it in the traditional manner with pickles and chutney. 

FEATURES
  • Deep-fried dough crisps
  • Traditional Rajasthani snack
  • Seasoned with dried fenugreek leaves
  • Brown, rectangular bite-sized pieces
  • Crunchy and salty
  • Ideal teatime snack
SHELF LIFE & STORAGE
  • Shelf life of 90 days
  • Store in an airtight container
INGREDIENTS
  • Refined wheat flour
  • Dried fenugreek leaves
  • Red chilli powder
  • Salt
  • Edible oil 
NUTRITION FACTS

Per 100g


Fat

28.63 g

Protein

7.51 g

Carbohydrate

60.08 g

Cholesterol

0.0 g

Energy value

528.03 Kcal

Serving Tips
  • Tastes delicious with curd
  • Consume with chutney and pickles
  • Crush and use in chaat such as bhelpuri
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