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Mentioned in the Ayurvedic scriptures, one can trace the origins of Chutneys back to the Middle Ages.
Chutneys can help reduce the risk of cancer, diabetes and immunity-related issues.

Spicy Chutneys – Memories ground together

Indian cuisine has always continued to be defined by its hallmarks - masalas and chutneys! Our commitment to Chutney is simply unfathomable. Chutney isn’t just a condiment for us; it’s a way of life. It’s food’s way of telling us, ‘no matter what the troubles are, add some hustle to it and just move on’. An amalgamation of spices, herbs, and flavours, it adds delectable taste and depth to our dishes.

Chutney has a rich heritage and culture in India. With its several variants being prepared and used in Indian cuisines since ages; the origin of chutney can be dated back to the Middle Ages in India.

And like most Indian food preparations, chutneys, made the right way, have a positive impact on our health, too. Some chutneys have ingredients that are good for our heart, while some help in intestinal microbial balance. Some are loaded with antioxidants, while some are good for skin health. Spicy, tangy, bitter, sweet - with chutneys, there’s something for everybody!

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The Tata Sampann Advantage

Tata Sampann Chutneys are prepared with spices and condiments that are cultivated in the best farms for high-quality spices in the country. The main advantage you can enjoy with Tata Sampann Chutneys is the fact that they are made with no added preservatives.

You can choose from 3 variants:

  • Our Date Tamarind chutney consists of dates, tamarind paste, spices and condiments, water, jaggery, sugar, and vacuum-evaporated salt.
  • Our Chinese Chutney ingredients are dry red chilli, dehydrated minced garlic, vinegar, water, tomato paste, refined sunflower oil, sugar, red chilli powder and salt.
  • The Spicy Tomato Chutney is lip-smacking with ingredients like— tomato paste, vinegar, ginger paste, spices and condiments water, sugar, refined sunflower oil and vacuum-evaporated salt.

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