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Daily Staples from Daawat Devaaya Now Offer up to Rs. 75 Paytm Cash

Daily Staples from Daawat Devaaya Now Offer up to Rs. 75 Paytm Cash
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Devaaya, owned by LT Foods Ltd., one of the country’s premium basmati and flour brand has announced its partnership with Paytm, India’s largest mobile payments and commerce platform to launch an exclusive offer for its consumers. Paytm customers can now buy any of the products under the Devaaya brand and get a cashback up to Rs. 75.

Daily Staples from Daawat Devaaya Now Offer up to Rs. 75 Paytm Cash

 Mr. Rohan Grover, Business Head - Devaaya said, “Over the last three decades, Devaaya has striven to offer the highest quality of products to its consumers. This first-of-its-kind offer will make essential household staples like Wheat, Flour, Maida, Porridge, Suji, Besan and Poha more accessible to consumers across the country.”

Mr. Dinesh Tondon, Head of Sales – Devaaya said, “Paytm is well known for its accessibility, convenience and credibility and we are confident this will enable our products to reach every household. This partnership will help us boost sales as we leverage our robust distribution network across 100,000 outlets to bring more value to consumers.”

About LT Foods Limited

LT Foods Limited is a branded Specialty Foods Company. The Company is engaged in milling, processing and marketing of branded and non-branded basmati rice, and manufacturing of rice food products in the domestic and overseas market. Its geographical segments include India, North America and Rest of the world. Its operations include contract farming, procurement, storage, processing, packaging and distribution. Its rice product portfolio comprises brown rice, white rice, steamed rice, parboiled rice, organic rice, quick cooking rice, value added rice and flavoured rice in the ready to cook segment. The Company's brands include Royal; Ecolife, an organic food brand that includes rice, pulses, oil seeds, cereal grains, spices, nuts and fruits and vegetables; Devaaya, which offers branded Basmati rice, with staples, such as Atta, Suji, Besan, Dalia, Poha and Maida, and Heritage, a basmati rice brand. Its brands also include Daawat, Gold seal Indus Valley, Rozana and 817 Elephant.

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