Lucknow: Naario has been doing stellar work in the field of women empowerment through home made food products. The all girl tribe had an engaging get together in Lucknow where Teej festivities by the women of Naario were on full display. Ruchi Agarwal was adjudged the Teej queen. Specially present for the event from Jalandhar were Vandana Sharma and Neera Sharma. The team leader of Lucknow, Aanchal Sharma anchored the show. Naario Founder Anamika Pandey’s mother Arti Pandey and Veena were present, who came all the way from Gorakhpur. A team of 40 women were part of this grand fiesta of sorts.
With Naario running a successful homegrown food syndicate this event also gave the organizers a chance to spread the word on Masalas that are used in the kitchen. The founder of Naario, Anamika Pandey said, “ Food minus preservatives usually has a positive impact on health and the road to good health starts from the kitchen.”
Anamika describing the range of products said, “ we offer a variety of products like Garam Masala, Kabab Masala, Coffee, Jaggery powder, pink salt, 9 in one flour mix, moosli etc.”