Sid’s Farm launches salted butter range in Hyderabad and Bengaluru markets

Sid’s Farm launches salted butter range in Hyderabad and Bengaluru markets

Sid’s Farm, a premium D2C dairy brand based in Telangana, today announced the launch of its new salted butter range which includes- Cow Butter and Buffalo Butter. This product will be available in Hyderabad and Bengaluru markets, where it will be distributed through the direct-to-consumer channel from today (August 1, 2023).

“The new butter range, which boasts of no antibiotics, no preservatives and no hormones, comes in attractive 100g boxes for easy application,” the dairy-tech company claims.

Speaking about the new product, Dr. Kishore Indukuri, Founder, Sid’s Farm, said, “As we aim to create a range of pure and unadulterated milk and milk products, it was a natural next step for us to add great tasting, traditionally made, salted butter to our basket. Our range of butter is churned from absolutely pure cow and buffalo milk that gives it the amazing taste and assurance of good health.”

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“Packed with the goodness of nature, our range of cow butter and buffalo butter is directed to enhance the diverse flavours of rich Indian cuisines. Our sustainably sourced milk stands true to our commitment to providing pure and unadulterated milk products to our customers who care about the quality of food they eat,” Indukuri added.

“Sid’s Farm has been promoting the concept of pure, healthy adulterant-free milk and milk products since its inception in 2016. The company adheres to stringent norms and test processes to ensure the highest quality of milk and dairy products. Each batch of milk undergoes several tests to eliminate the presence of urea, sugar, glucose, starch, peroxide, baking soda, caustic soda, formalin, melamine, and three classes of antibiotics among other things to address the chances of any adulteration at a micro level. Their state-of-the-art lab conducts more than 6,500 tests every day to ensure nothing but real adulterant-free milk and dairy products are supplied to their customers,” Sid’s Farm claims.

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