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Anveshan Raises Rs 3.67 Cr in Seed Funding

D2C healthy food brand Anveshan Thursday said it raised Rs 3.67 crore in a seed round led by DSG Consumer Partners, along with Titan Capital and Anjali Bansal from Avaana Capital. Existing investors, including boAt Lifestyle and Beardo founders, also participated in the round.  Anveshan will use the funds to hire new talent and strengthen and standardise its manufacturing units. It will also enhance its operational processes, improve quality control parameters, and R&D of new products.  Founded in early 2020 by three IIT-Guwahati alum Aayushi Khandelwal, Akhil Kansal, and Kuldeep Parewa, Anveshan provides high-quality, natural, affordable, and minimally processed food products directly sourced from Indian farmers, embracing...

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Why are experts opposing mandatory food fortification by FSSAI?

Recently, FSSAI decided to mandate the fortification of rice and edible oils with vitamins and minerals. Through this, they plan to combat malnutrition in India. In response, a cohort of dissenting scientists, nutritionists, and activists signed and sent a letter to FSSAI. Read on to know more.

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Coconut Oil and Aloe Vera for Hair

Using Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil for Hair 

Benefits | DIY Mask | FAQs The natural goodness of coconut oil combined with a host of beneficial properties like Aloe Vera gives your hair strength and sheen you always wished for.  Benefits of Aloe Vera with Coconut Oil for Hair Aloe vera gel with coconut oil have exceptionally known health-promoting properties, making sure of the various benefits they provide to your hair. Major benefits of aloe vera and coconut oil are: 1. Makes hair silky and soft It has proteolytic enzymes and high content of proteins, vitamins, and minerals to nourish hair follicles. It also has high smoothing and...

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aloe vera and coconut oil for skin

All About Using Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil for Skin

Benefits for Skin | Ways to Use | Skin Type | Precautions Aloe vera and Coconut oil are skin superfoods! When you want your mood to be good, you eat healthy food. Well, if you want your skin to feel good, feed your skin healthy food. Aloe Vera for Skin Aloe vera is used as a topical gel. The inner raw pulp or parenchyma tissue of Aloe vera approximately contains 98% water which easily gets absorbed into the skin and keeps it hydrated. The remaining 2% contains water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and other complex carbohydrates, making it an effective...

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