Safari, a leading hypermarket group in Doha, has launched a Mango festival which showcases more than 30 varieties imported from various countries such as India, Pakistan, the US, Brazil, Thailand, Kenya, Australia and Philippines.
This Festival also includes Indian mangoes such as Alphonsa, Kesari, Badami, Thottapuri Malgoa, which are high in demand, as well as Sindoor, Poovan Pancharakuttan, Unda Mango, Kurumanga and Kannadi Poovan varieties.
Safari is able to deliver the required quantity of mangoes at the best price and quality as those are directly imported by air from their respective countries, a statement said.
In addition, the Safari Bakery and Hot Food section also have a variety of mango dishes, which includes Mango Cake, Mango Rasmalai, Mango Payasam, Fresh Mango Pickle, Mango Fish Curry, Mango Shrimp Curry, Mango Chammanti and Mango Chutney etc.
In addition, Safari has launched a special promotion called "Juice Junction" exclusively for fresh juices & milkshakes.
More than 30 juices are available in the Juice Junction promotion, which features a variety of juices in the Fresh Food category. It includes Fresh Mango, Orange, Papaya, Pineapple, Strawberry, Kiwi, Avocado and all other fresh fruit juices.
In the Milk Shakes category; Dates, Soursop, Chikko, Banana, Mango & many more varieties are available. Special juices such as Gooseberry, Beetroot, Bitter Gourd, Sugar-Free juices are also available in this promotion.
Combo meals such as Chicken Burger with Fresh Juices, assorted sandwiches with fresh juices, and Medium size pizza with assorted fresh juices are also a part of this promotion.
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