A Delhi supermarket has sold a “superfood” range of products and a “Superstore” brand of food, which was sold at the supermarket.
The product, which sells for around Rs 30,000, is called Superfood Plus, a line of products that are aimed at “superficial and low-calorie” products.
The products range from a variety of brands to food items like chowdhury and a range of salads, which can be prepared in a few minutes.
“Superfood Plus” is available at stores across the city, including the department store KEMO, and online.
The supermarket’s co-owner, Naveen Sharma, said that “SuperFood Plus” was a “great concept” that had attracted interest from people.
“We thought it would be a good idea to launch it in Delhi.
There are so many superfood stores in the city,” he said.
He said that the supermarket had partnered with the Food Marketing Institute of India to “provide the product”.
Sharma said that all the products that the grocery has offered have been sourced from India and that they had partnered “in a very good manner”.
The grocery also offered a discount on all the Superfood products.
He added that the product was being sold in the retail outlet of the supermarket and not the store itself.
The Superfood range is the second product that has been launched in the Superstore range, the second such range is “Super food”, which is available for Rs 2,000 to Rs 5,000.
The “Super store” brand was launched at the Delhi Metro station last month.
The store has an extensive online store.