Society Tea introduces Haldi Doodh
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Society Tea introduces Haldi Doodh

Boost your immunity with a glass of turmeric latte today!

Mumbai-based premium tea-makers and a celebrated household name, Society Tea, has recently launched the much-awaited immunity-boosting Ayurvedic beverage, Society Haldi Doodh. Being a pioneer in their segment, Society Tea has adapted to innovative initiatives and ventured into the dairy category to manufacture quality products. With the launch of Society Haldi Doodh, they aim to help their consumers adapt to a healthier lifestyle and build strong immunity.

Bringing nature’s wealth for your health, the Society Haldi Doodh, or as millennials call it, Turmeric Latte is a premix, packed with the rich flavor of the Lakadong Haldi, grown on the foothills of Jaintia hills, Meghalaya. Lakadong Haldi is also referred to as the World’s Best Haldi or Wonder spice with higher curcumin content, strengthening its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Accompanying the Lakadong Haldi are spices like ginger powder, black pepper, cinnamon, and Ajowan seed oil, all of which have immunity-boosting properties.

Known for being rich in antifungal and antibacterial properties, Haldi Doodh helps fight infections and boosts one’s immunity, accelerating recovery and, most of all, cleansing one’s system.

Available online, Society Haldi Doodh is priced at Rs 75 and comprises of 5 sachets, weighing 75gms

Society Tea has set up a plant in Vadodara, Gujarat, to manufacture high-quality tea and dairy products. The company claims it to be one of India’s most advanced and wholly automated milk and soluble tea processing units, which manufactures products under strict hygienic standards, enabling the brand to maintain the high levels of quality it is known for.

Society Tea today is the market leader in the tea category in Mumbai and has become a dominant force. The company has a considerable presence in other states such as Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Chennai, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Delhi.

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