An organic gourmet restaurant chain in India is making its own organic food using traditional techniques, including raw milk, spices, fruits and vegetables.
Aab Gourmet Foods says the brand’s vegetarian and vegan cuisine is inspired by the cooking techniques of its founders, a family of chefs.
Its founder, Abhijit Ghosh, says he started his business with a small amount of cash, and now has more than 500 restaurants across India.
Ghosh says the organic food he is using is 100% organic and that it has the highest nutritional content.
Its vegan and vegetarian menus feature dishes that have no animal products, according to the chain’s website.
It also provides vegan and gluten-free menus for the vegetarian and gluten intolerant.
The food is made from a blend of vegetables, fruits, spices and fruits and nuts.
Ghoshen says the vegan food has been a hit with diners, and his goal is to provide the same service for the vegan community in the future.
“We want to reach out to the community and offer the same healthy and delicious food.
The goal is not to compete with the mainstream.
I want to make it the same,” he said.
Ghosal has a history of developing vegan restaurants.
In 2004, he opened an organic restaurant called Kebab & Co in Pune, India.
The chain has been making its mark with vegetarian dishes and gluten free products, but the chain was also looking to expand in the US.
In March, the chain announced plans to open a second location in Los Angeles.
The Gourmet Food brand was launched in India last year with an online shop, which sold organic food, organic drinks and vegan products.
Ghose and his family now have four restaurants in India, with more coming in the next few months.