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We manufacture and supply a multitude of products which range from farm produce to electrical devices. Our products are much in demand all around the world due to their superior quality and find multifarious applications in both residential and commercial concerns. Our product range includes:

MIX SWEETS

Pakistani sweets or Mithai, are known throughout the entire World. Pakistani sweets rely heavily on sugar, milk and condensed milk, and frying, however the bases of the sweets vary by region. In the Eastern part of Pakistan for example, milk is a staple, and most sweets from this region are based on milk products.
 
GUR

Gur (North India, Pakistan and Bangladesh) and panela (South America), is a traditional unrefined non-centrifugal sugar consumed in Asia, Africa and South America. It is made for direct consumption. This type of sugar is a concentrated product of cane juice without separation of the molasses and crystals, and can vary from golden brown to dark brown in color. It contains up to 50% sucrose, up to 20% invert sugars, moisture content of up to 20%, and the remainder made up of other insoluble matter such as ash, proteins and bagasse fines.
 
SHAKKAR

Sugar(Shakkar) is a class of edible crystalline substances, mainly sucrose, lactose, and fructose. Human taste buds interpret its flavor as sweet. Sugar as a basic food carbohydrate primarily comes from sugar cane and from sugar beet, but also appears in fruit, honey, sorghum, sugar maple (in maple syrup), and in many other sources. It forms the main ingredient in much candy. Excessive consumption of sugar has been associated with increased incidences of type 2 diabetes, obesity and tooth decay.
 
REWARI

Rewari is known and famous for its distinct flavor and crispness. Rewri is a sweet delicacy made from Gur (jaggery) and Til (gingili). The reputation of Rohtak's rewri has crossed not only in Pakistan but also reached the markets in Europe and the Middle East. Rewri was made famous by Jamini, a Muslim halwai, who had a shop at Barra Bazaar during pre-Partition days. It is said that rewri came into existence in the later Mughal period. Jamini's legacy has now assumed the status of a flourishing cottage industry in Rohtak. In winter months people of Pakistan enjoy eating the crispy rewri and gajjak products. Most households buy it as a ‘seasonal delicacy’ for self consumption and also for gifting it to distant relations.
 
 
 
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