The drink is made from a combination of grains and cereals and has become popular as an alternative to coffee and tea among health conscious citizens
How about starting your day with a steaming cup of multi-grain drink? People in the town are now relishing a steaming cup of multi grain drink at Amurthavarshini outlet on the ring road.
The drink is made from a combination of grains and cereals like maize, ragi, sorghum, barley and wheat and has become quickly popular as an alternative to coffee and tea among the health conscious citizens.
“We are making the multi-grain powder using 27 types of millets and grains. Two glasses of this multi grain drink has all the vitamins the body requires,” says Sushir Chandra Pudota, a 20 year old entrepreneur from Guntur.
The idea to start this outlet stemmed from the health risks being posed by consumption of fast food on a large scale. “People are suffering from high blood pressure, diabetes and constipation due to consumption of fast food. We are making the multi-grain health drink based on tested combinations.” Mr. Chandra, a CA final student, says.
With support from his family members, Sushir started in a small way by serving the drink through a mobile outlet in front of NTR Municipal Stadium in Brundavan Gardens. The drink costs Rs.10 a glass.
The production is done at Housing Board Colony at Nallapadu and a team of six persons are involved in making and transportation.