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APIS India adds healthy variants of honey brands in the Indian market

Monday, August 28, 2017, 18:00 Hrs  [IST]
HBI Staff | Mumbai

APIS India, a producer, distributor and exporter of honey has introduced two healthy variants of honey brands in the Indian market – APIS Himalaya and APIS Himalaya Gold. Offering the richness of pure honey, APIS India has announced attractive promotional offers of one plus one for its customers through its 1 kg, 500 gms and 225 gms packaging.

APIS Himalaya is an alternative to sugar, for the growing health-conscious customers. APIS has strategically priced them as:
  • Honey Bottle Himalaya [1kg]- INR 390
  • Honey Bottle Himalaya [500gm]- INR 220
  • Honey Squeezy Himalaya [225gm]- INR 115
  • Honey Jar Himalaya [80gm]- INR 40
  • Honey Bottle Himalaya [100gm]- INR 45
  • Honey Bottle Himalaya [25gm]- INR 15

The product is available at DMart outlets, Aditya Birla retail, Spencer, Hyper City, Spar hyper market, Nilgiris, Ushodaya, Ratan deep, Vishal Mega mart, Mk retail, Sarvna and  Namdhari; Kendriya Bhandar. It is also available in Andhra Pradesh; Telengana; Karnataka; Tamil Nadu; Maharashtra; Uttar Pradesh; Delhi; Rajasthan; Haryana in local grocer level and medical stores, online stores like Amazon (Pan India), and other leading portals.

 
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