Prepared from the vegetable oils and fats, Amul Margarine contains Zero Cholesterol and Vitamins A & D. It is widely used for cooking, to spread on breads, toasts, sandwiches and as a topping on variety of foods like pav-bhaji, parathas, khichri, pulao, soups etc. Amul began its journey in 1946 in Anand, Gujarat, under the name of Kaira District Co-operative Milk Producers Union Ltd. The company grew gradually with its production and distribution of the milk in Gujarat and slowly had spread its operations across India. Amul produces a high range of dairy products from milk, butter, cheese to the flavored drinks.
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