Masala & Coriander is a delicious mix of popular Indian spices topped with a dash of fresh coriander. Added to it are wholegrain oats, carrots, onions and green peas.
With wholegrain oats, carrots, onions and green peas, Classic Masala is delicious and comforting, just like the taste of home-cooked food.
Saffola Oats has a unique soluble fibre called beta glucan, proven to help reduce bad cholestrol from your body thus, making it one of the healthiest cereal grains.
Pepper & Spice will give you that amazing crunch of cashews, cumin and pepper corns, and is sure to leave you yearning for that one extra spoonful.
Curry & Pepper is a unique mix of wholegrain oats, roasted curry leaves, pepper, french beans, onions and green peas.
A rich and creamy mix of aromatic spices with a hint of coconut gravy, Veggie Twist has a delicious and crunchy mix of carrots, peas and french beans.
Peppy Tomato has the mesmerising taste of luscious and tangy tomatoes garnished with fresh herbs along with wholegrain oats, crunchy carrots, French beans and tomatoes.
The Indian palate is naturally inclined towards freshly prepared, hot
and spicy foods. We crave for those savoury flavours during different
times of the day.
Saffola Masala Oats are bursting with flavour and are made from 100% natural wholegrain oats along with real vegetables and the choicest of masalas. Eating Saffola Masala Oats as part of your daily routine is not just fantastically healthy and delicious, but also requires minimal effort. Saffola Masala Oats really are the smarter way to stay fit1 .Oats are high in fibre and protein2, which keeps you fuller for longer, control your hunger pangs and thereby help you manage weight1 .
1) Research shows that diets rich in fibre help in weight management oats are a high fibre wholegrain breakfast, and hence, a smarter option than refined cereals. Saffola encourages you to exercise regularly, follow a healthy lifestyle and consume a diet low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium to keep your body fit.
2) As per Codex Alimentarius Commission Guidelines (CAC/GL 23-1997).