Want to savor or but the wholesome goodness of millets? Guess what? Slurrp Farm is at AnnaMaya, Hotel Andaz, Aerocity, New Delhi.
This year marked Gulfood’s 25th edition anniversary and the theme was 'Rethinking Food'.
“We’re persistent people, that’s for sure,” laughs Meghana Narayan, Co-founder, Slurrp Farm in an interview.
"The next decade is going to see an explosion of brands working with millet", shares Meghana Narayan, Co-founder, Slurrp Farm with ET - HealthWorld
Shauravi Malik and Meghana Narayan met at a Diwali party in London, in 2007, and have been friends ever since. In 2016, the duo launched Slurrp Farm, a food startup aimed at giving children high quality packaged food.
"Being a mother in this competitive landscape isn't easy," agrees Shauravi Malik, who along with Meghana Narayan, founded Slurrp Farm.
Many entrepreneurial mothers in the Emirates use Instagram and Facebook to promote their concepts or lifestyles.
According to The Economic Times, "Parents today are getting more aware, using the internet to update their knowledge on the best products (and to hunt for the best services) for their children and shifting a market reliant on old networks."
Millets are coarse grains and a repository of protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals.
Slurrp Farm, a start-up that offers millet-based packaged food products for children, is hoping to widen its consumer base with a strong focus on the ‘direct-to-consumer’ channel.