Pakora Explorer targets food-to-go market

Pakora Explorer pakora

Scottish start-up the Pakora Explorer has launched a range of pakora packs aimed specifically at the food-to-go market.

Produced from a family recipe and a secret blend of spices, the pakoras are available in three packs:

  • Vegetable Pakora (190g): RSP £3.50
  • Chicken Pakora (250g): RSP £4.20
  • Mixed Vegetable & Chicken Pakora (340g): RSP £4

Each pack is fresh (and can be frozen), has a seven-day shelf life, comes with a tub of pakora sauce and is packaged in a recyclable tray with a recyclable cardboard wrap.

Handmade in small batches, the pakoras contain no additives, colourings or preservative and are also gluten-free. In addition, the vegetable pakora, dips and sauces are suitable for vegans.

The Pakora Explorer was launched in 2019 by Scottish woman of Asian origin Sheetal Revis.

She commented: “The difference between our pakoras and other more commercial brands is that we offer what we produce and eat on our own kitchen table that’s true to our roots – including the fact that there’s no chilli in the pakora because I surprisingly don’t like spicy food! This allows everyone of all ages and tastes to enjoy our products, which they can spice up if they prefer. We are already stocked in a few locations in Glasgow but aim to roll them out throughout the UK this spring.”

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