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Khazana Mithai at Dhanmondi

THE undivided Bengal played a pivotal role in establishing desserts in the culinary delights of the subcontinent. Traditionally, people of Bengal have always been reputed for their sweet tooth.

Taking inspiration from the bygone era, Khazana Sweets started its first outlet at Gulshan and is set to inaugurate their second at Shop # G1, Eastern Elite Centre, House # 50, Road No 9/A, Satmosjid Rd, Dhanmondi.

The store will offer the same superior quality sweets prepared from ingredients in a hygienic state of the art central kitchen, all wrapped in the distinct traditional warmth of Khazana hospitality.

The outlet will specially cater to the needs of wedding ceremonies.

If you want a taste of mouth-watering chanar payesh, kaju barfi or indulge in your childhood passion for motichur ke laddu, be sure to pay Khazana Mithai a visit.

Winter Collection @ Nitto Upohar

DECEMBER is an eventful month for Bangladeshis. We can soak ourselves in patriotism, and bask in sobriety. To add to it, this year we have Eid-ul-Azha bringing in its share of fun and frolic.

Nitto Upohar has arranged an exhibition of their Winter Collection, keeping the Eid and the patriotic zest in mind. The collection includes shawls, shirts, fatua, saris, tops, and children wear. Chandra Shekhar Shaha, Dhuro Esh, Shabboshachi Hajra, Anissuzaman Sohel, Bahar Rahman and the Nitto Upohar Design Studio have crafted the elegant Winter Collection.


PERFETTI Val Melle, the Italian-Dutch confectionery leader, has recently announced the launch of a new candy named “Creamfills Xtra” by Alpenliebe.

Creamfills Xtra is another exciting innovation of the company. The crunchy product has a soft centre with a delicious creamy taste.

In order to be affordable to all consumers in Bangladesh, the product shall be available in single units at a price of Tk 2. Consumers also have the option for choosing a box of 60 at Tk 120.



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