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BBC signs sweet deal

Torika Tokalau
Saturday, December 15, 2012

BHIKHA Bhai & Company Limited (BBC) will open its third branch at the Damodar City Centre in March next year.

The locally-owned family business, which has served Fiji with quality Indian sweets and snacks for over three generations, signed a deal with Damodar Brothers franchise on Wednesday as a tenant in the multi-million dollar complex which is presently under construction.

"The new Suva branch will showcase new concepts and we are confident that our customers will enjoy their shopping experience and choices," said company director Viraaj Lad.

He said their new branch would make the sale of their products more accessible to people in Suva and surrounding areas.

"With connecting flights from Nausori to Nadi for overseas travellers, customers can now easily add a 'Fiji Style' Indian sweets and snacks as gifts that are unique to Fiji.

"We will be employing six or seven full-time employees who will be trained and skilled in-house."

The company serves a wide range of Indian sweets like jalebi, six varieties of barfi, mohanthar, mesur, khaja, laddu and penda.

All their sweets are made from quality local ingredients and core products like ghee and milk imported directly from New Zealand. All products are manufactured at their production facility in hometown, Ba.

They first opened their branch in 2009 at Martintar, Nadi.





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