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Cornitos launches their new website with advanced features

Monday, December 18, 2017, 11:30 Hrs  [IST]
HBI Staff | Mumbai

Cornitos has launched their new website with a completely new, interesting look. It is mobile-friendly website for its customers. Adding a new flavour to their digital presence, the brand has added evolutions and easy-to-use features making it more accessible.

The new website offers the visitors in-depth information about Cornitos, its products, the range available, along with product’s nutrition and ingredient information. Recipe section is very elaborate where Nacho recipes are segregated according to a five course menu.

Cornitos website opens with short video of Nacho Crisps. The website has online customer feedback form so that consumer’s data can directly be processed. Similar facility provided to business visitors through online forms.

 
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