This Deepavali, the sweet-toothed among you can choose from Aavin’s special range of sweets: cashew cake, cashew halwa, special nut halwa, badam halwa and chocolate burfi.
A press release said the sweets come in attractive 250-gram packs. Last year, the sale of special sweets during Deepavali touched 9.3 tonnes.
This year, so far, 11 tonnes have been sold and the sales are expected to touch 14 tonnes soon.
“Many corporates and co-operative societies choose our sweets to gift to their employees. Two days’ advance notice is required for bulk orders,” said an official.
The cashew cake and cashew halwa are priced at Rs. 140 each, special nut halwa at Rs. 125, badam halwa at Rs. 150 and chocolate burfi at Rs. 100.
The sweets are prepared at Aavin’s Ambattur dairy and will be available in the Federation’s 70 outlets and all franchise retail outlets in and around the city. Other than these sweets, Aavin also sells peda, gulab jamun, Mysore pak and milk khoa throughout the year.
During the festival season, there is additional demand for ghee, butter and sweetened khoa. While, during normal months, around 100 tonnes of ghee is sold, this month the sales are expected to touch 125 tonnes.
Those requiring bulk supply of sweets or milk may contact Aavin’s corporate marketing office in Nandanam or call on 23464578 or toll free 1800 425 33 00.