Electrolux has introduced the Inspiro multi-function oven with auto-cooking function. Inspiro offers the option of cooking a variety of dishes through pre-set options, with a heat management system that determines the temperature settings through a single or combination of cooking modes. It also features a cleaning system, whereby food residue burnt to ash can be easily wiped off. It costs Rs 90,800.

Eye-ing it?

Shingar has launched its Herbal Kajal Stick which brings together herbal ingredients such as almond and coconut oils, and neem-triphala extract to nourish the eyes and provide long-lasting colour. The Kajal Stick is available in dark black, and boasts smudge-free application. It is priced at Rs 85.

Festive cheer

Cycle Pure Agarbathies has launched Naivedya, a prayer package for Ganesh Chathurthi. The kit, put together as per the Skanda Purana, consists of over 20 items essential for the rituals such as an earthen idol, a prayer book, a bell, lamps, and others. It is priced at Rs 985 and is available at all major stores.

What’s brewing?

Bluegate Beverages has launched the Avataa range of teas, made from tea leaves of the Nilgiri hills. The range features Avataa White Tea, Avataa Twirl Green Tea, and Avataa Long Ding Green Tea Long. The varieties have been created for different tastes, but all of them are rich in anti-oxidants. The leaves are minimally processed and packed to retain freshness. The teas are priced at Rs 390 per tin and are available at Gormei and Nilgiris stores.

Matte of fact

Malwa Mirage has introduced the ‘Digital Glazed Ceramic Tiles’ in matte finish, which combines aesthetic appeal with ease of maintenance. The glazed surface is meant to ensure that the tiles do not retain stains, marks or scratches. The digitally glazed tiles come in the dimension of 300 x 300 mm, 300 x 600 mm and 300 x 900 mm. The range also includes a marble floor collection. The tiles cost Rs 78 onwards per sq. ft. and are available at major outlets.

(This article was published on September 13, 2012)
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