Even before Maggi Noodles have settled back in India, they have been hit by a storm called as the Patanjali Atta Noodles! Let us check if these Baba Ramdev Noodles are any good in this Patanjali Noodles Review.
Baba Ramdev Atta Noodles has hit the market as Patanjali Atta Noodles! It is a cheaper, healthier and Ayurvedic alternative to Maggi Noodles that was banned. (Also read: Patanjali Atta Noodles Review In Hindi)
The latest Ayurvedic noodles is certainly one of the best gifts from Yoga guru and spiritual leader, Baba Ramdev! His decision to give his followers as well as those who love fast food, a healthy alternative to noodles is certainly a big blow for Maggi noodles which had remained out of market for various unhealthy reasons.
Patanjali Noodles Launch | Patanjali Noodles Price
Patanjali Atta Noodles has been launched with much fanfare almost immediately after Maggi announced its comeback and actually hit the market on Diwali this year. Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Atta Noodles has been priced Rs 15 for a 70 gram pack, much cheaper than various other Atta Noodles that are sold at Rs. 25 for almost the same quantity. Will Patanjali’ Atta Noodles really give Nestle’s Maggi Noodles a tough competition? Lets take a look at what makes this Baba Ramdev Atta Noodles Special.
Patanjali Atta Noodles vs Maggi Noodles vs Yippee Noodles vs Top Ramen Noodles vs Other Noodles
This Baba Ramdev Patanjali Noodles is based on Rice Bran Oil using dehydrated vegetables instead of Palm Oil used by most other noodles available on the market. It goes without saying that the product is going to be an Ayurvedic Noodle for those who love natural food but cannot compromise on the taste. The product promises both at an unbeatable price.
Jhatpat Banao, Befikar Khao (Cook Instantly, Eat Without Worrying) is the tagline that immediately catches the attention of a health conscious consumer.
Patanjali Noodles Availability
The Baba Ramdev Noodles are going to be made available through 5,000-plus chikitsalayas and arogya kendras besides Big Bazaar and Reliance Fresh, etc.
It goes without saying that it will be an instant hit with the masses especially modern moms who make it a point to give their children healthy and tasty snacks.
Originally posted 2015-11-18 01:18:30.