No More Junk: This Delhi-Based Duo Is Putting Health On Children’s Menus: Your Story

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The co-founders have plans to launch 16 new products by the end of this year and are hopeful of achieving a turnover of Rs 3 crore in the next one year. By August 2017, this bootstrapped venture also plans to embark on its fundraising journey.

Slurrp Farm is now working intensively on developing a range of breakfast and snacking options for children, all made from traditional ingredients. They are experimenting with millets—high in calcium—as the core ingredient and aim to launch four new ragi-based food products soon.


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