Peanut Curd! If you dislike peanuts, this product isn't for you, just like peanut butter isn't for you. Just like good taste isn't for you. Sorry, that got a bit personal! However, if you like curd, this is definitely for you.
Made with peanuts, water, live cultures and nothing else, it's essentially the better curd. It's packed with nutrients and is rich in probiotics, making it the perfect companion for any meal. Whether it's dips, dressings, curd rice, chaat, or curries, this thick, creamy curd is perfect for all your curd needs. The added bonus? It's completely plant-based and has nothing to do with cows!
100% Vegan | Protein Rich | Lactose free | Preservative Free
Ingredients: Peanuts, Water, Live, and Active Cultures
Nutrition Information per 100 g (Approximate Values)
Energy 80 KCal
Total Fat 5.6 g
Saturated Fat 1.3 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 0 g
Total Carbohydrate 4.2 g
Sugar 0 g
Dietary Fiber 0 g
Protein 3.2 g
Shelf life: 30 days from date of manufacture.
Storage: The product must be kept refrigerated at all times. After opening, consume within 7 days. Freezing the product is not recommended.
Net Weight: 1 kg
Product Packaging: Contains minimal Plastic
Final Packaging: Contains minimal Plastic, with ice packs
Manufactured by: GoodMylk - GoodMylk is on a mission to make plant-based food affordable and accessible in India. GoodMylk deeply believes in a future where animals are viewed as the living, breathing, feeling individuals that they are, and animal agriculture no longer exists. Goodmylk owes its passionate beginning to Abhay Rangan, a 19 year old vegan activist in 2016. When he was in the middle of an animal rights awareness campaign, someone walked up to him and said 'vegan alternatives are expensive, and so I don't want to be vegan'. While one doesn't need alternatives to be vegan, it made sense that accessible & affordable plant-based options would help reduce friction in adopting plant-based food. This was impetus enough for Abhay to have a conversation with his family, who were also passionate vegans and start Goodmylk (then called Veganarke). The mother-son duo soon became synonymous with the company name.