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K C Das, Kolkata(1)
Mukharochak, Kolkata(1)
Punjabi Ghasitaram Halwai, Mumbai(1)
Sukhadia Garbaddas Bapuji, Anand(1)

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KC Das Canned Rossogolla

Rs 336 Rs 301 (900 g)
Shipping Included
  • 3500 units sold till date
  • Popular Bengali dessert
  • Authentic flavour of Kolkata
  • Innovative product
  • India's first tinned dessert
  • Shelf life of six months
  • Smooth sweet and spongy ball made of curd cheese
  • Vacuum sealed with optimum air contact
  • Daily sale of 2000 kg
  • 3500 units sold till date
  • Popular Bengali dessert
  • Authentic flavour of Kolkata
  • Innovative product
  • India's first tinned dessert
  • Shelf life of six months
  • Smooth sweet and spongy ball made of curd cheese
  • Vacuum sealed with optimum air contact
  • Daily sale of 2000 kg

Mukharochak Rosogolla

Rs 336 (1000 g)
Shipping Included
  • Established in 1950
  • ISO 9001:2008 certified
  • Famous delicious sweet
  • Shelf life of three months
  • Established in 1950
  • ISO 9001:2008 certified
  • Famous delicious sweet
  • Shelf life of three months

Sukhadia Garbaddas Bapuji Rasgullas

Rs 356 (1000 g)
Shipping Included
  • Shelf lifeof 3 months
  • Average daily sales of 25 packs
  • Total production capacity of 1,500 kg a month
  • Traditional Indian sweet
  • Succulent balls soaked in sugar syrup
  • White in colour with a spongy texture
  • Mildly sweet
  • Popular across age groups
  • Export quality
  • Shelf lifeof 3 months
  • Average daily sales of 25 packs
  • Total production capacity of 1,500 kg a month
  • Traditional Indian sweet
  • Succulent balls soaked in sugar syrup
  • White in colour with a spongy texture
  • Mildly sweet
  • Popular across age groups
  • Export quality

Ghasitaram Rosogulla

Rs 415 (1000 g)
Shipping Included
  • Legacy of 100 years
  • ISO 2200:2005 certified
  • Shelf life of 12 months
  • Milk-based popular sweet of India
  • Famous as a Bengali sweet
  • Curd-cheese ball cooked in sugar syrup
  • White, soft, and juicy
  • Packaged in an attractive tin
  • Originated in Odisha as khirmohana
  • Shelf life of 12 months
  • Legacy of 100 years
  • ISO 2200:2005 certified
  • Shelf life of 12 months
  • Milk-based popular sweet of India
  • Famous as a Bengali sweet
  • Curd-cheese ball cooked in sugar syrup
  • White, soft, and juicy
  • Packaged in an attractive tin
  • Originated in Odisha as khirmohana
  • Shelf life of 12 months