India’s leading private sector dairy company Hatsun Agro Product Ltd (HAP) has introduced ‘Arokya Paneer’, a delectable new addition to its wide dairy product portfolio. Arokya Paneer is made using fresh milk sourced directly from farmers and natural lemon. The product will suit consumers who prefer superior quality products that are made in a world-class hygienic environment.
Hatsun Agro Product Ltd has always taken pride in pioneering healthy dairy products. ‘Arokya’ Paneer will meet the growing preference among consumers for natural and fresh Paneer made by a traditional process using lemon. Arokya Paneer will be a unique offering as it uses lemon juice to curdle milk the traditional way which ensures the texture of Paneer remains soft that makes it suitable for preparing various dishes.
According to RG Chandramogan, Chairman, of Hatsun Agro Product Ltd, the “Arokya” brand is synonymous with high-quality milk and curd and is the preferred brand among lakhs of consumers. Arokya Paneer is an important brand extension in our dairy product segment.
Arokya Paneer Price and Availability:
Arokya Paneer will be launched in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Maharashtra, and Pondicherry. Arokya Paneer is available in a 200-gram pack and is priced at Rs. 100/- With the natural ingredients and hygienic packaging of ArokyaPaneer, consumers can experience tasty, healthy, and nutritious Paneer recipes in the comfort of their homes.
Is Arokya Paneer Good for Health?
Arokya paneer is a type of Indian cheese that is made from cow’s milk. Paneer is a good source of protein, calcium, and phosphorus, which are all essential nutrients for maintaining good health. It is also low in fat and cholesterol, making it a healthier option compared to other types of cheese.
Consuming paneer in moderation as part of a balanced diet can provide several health benefits, such as aiding in weight management, improving bone health, and reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Paneer is also a good option for vegetarians and people who follow a high-protein diet.
However, it is important to note that paneer is still high in calories and should be consumed in moderation. It is also recommended to choose paneer made from skimmed or low-fat milk and to avoid consuming paneer that is fried or cooked in unhealthy oils.