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Our story is quite the page turner. While it’s not a classic thriller, mystery or love story, there is a saving the world angle to it. Sweet, right ? This is us.

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In 2011, we started as Kottaram Agro Foods Pvt Ltd (boring, right?) but we named our breakfast Soulfull. And guess who all were invited to the party? Food technologists, scientists, agriculturists, and gourmet specialists. We were as picky about our friends as we are about the ingredients in our breakfast.

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Once we had the breakfast makers in place, it was time to start making the breakfast (Duh!). Research and Development played a key role to help us realize it was time for chemicals and preservatives to go into retirement to make way for nutritionists, dieticians, doctors, food technologists, flavor experts, and spice masters. We don’t want to sound like we are giving on oscar acceptance speech, but we couldn’t have done it without them.

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It was the moment our breakfast came alive. And it wasn’t alone, it brought about a new way of life, our way of life. Kind of like how some superheroes have sidekicks. This is how we walk the talk.

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To get the breakfast to your table, we painstakingly sourced grains from farmer and traders to get them into our factories. As of this moment our products include original ragi flakes, flavoured flakes, vanilla and choco-filled ‘ragi bites’, millet muesli, and oat millet meal.

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Why’s that? Let’s see, is it that our breakfast is gluten & preservative free, or that we use Dal for protein, Cocoa for the superior flavour, and whole-grains for the nutrition? We rest our case.

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We make breakfast that your mother, your mother’s mother, and her mother would approve of. It’s because we use ancient grains like millets and oats as our main ingredients.

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We are particularly impressed with the way the earth manages to support life, and we’d like to keep it that way. That’s precisely why we use Ragi. It helps us make breakfast with the least amount of water. How’s that for sustainability?