The food items which are so common for us nowadays have always been a topic of interest back in our school days. From Maggi packed in school lunch to Poppins in the pocket, we all have our own special memories with these 9 food brands.
Rasna was a go-to in summer afternoons after school and Bournvita was something mom never let us skip at night. Let’s go back a little in time and sew stories of our childhood, again.
Getting to eat a Cadbury chocolate was considered the most blissful experience. This amazing and most loved food item came to India in 1948 and has been drooled-over since then. From a casual birthday event to celebrating festivals, no party is complete without Cadbury.
Horlicks gets its highest sales from India. This food item will be found in most Indian households. Nowadays, it is coming in many flavors such as chocolate, Kesar badam, etc. Remember, tasting the Horlicks powder back then?
We can never forget the sad time when Maggi was banned and the fans got so crazy that they had to bring it back a few months later. It is every Indian’s go-to food and people never get tired of experimenting with the cuisine.
From Amul Butter on morning parathas to Amul Curd as a side in dinner, this Guinness World Record awarded prodcut has been everyone’s favorite.
The best and most refreshing drink our moms served after school. Rasna came to India in 1976 and has dominated every other drink in the market.
These rainbow colored, puply and chewy candies came in many flavors such as Strawberry, Mango, Lychie, Orange, Kaccha Aam and Guava, and never fail to satisfy our taste buds.
7. Parle G
This packet has frequently been found in our school bags because our moms used to slip it in them at the last moment of leaving the house for school!
How can we forget Kismi? The most desired chewy elaichi bar with a mix of caramel. The red and white packaging has e very strong identification mark, till date.
9. Rooh Afza
The sharbar we and all our guests loved in hot summers. Rooh Afza is not just a drink but also considered as desert. This cold beverage is found in most Indian households.