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Sisters, Rada and Kat, in the kitchen

Easy. Delicious. Healthy. Satvik Foods ready to go packs will have you coming back for thirds! Their range includes Red Lentil Dhals, Quinoa Curry, and Royal Rice, all with unique Ayurvedic spice blends bursting with goodness. 

Satvik Foods is a natural extension of an already colourful and vibrant upbringing in the lush hills and rivers of the Wollumbin caldera.

A fusion of Indian influences with our fast paced western lifestyle, their family creates delicious whole food products that are super quick and easy to prepare. The mindfulness and care they put into their products is obvious, confirming you can cultivate business that is both ethical and sustainable. 

Operating on a ley line between the two houses, sisters Rada and Kat have honed their approach over the last decade, so they’ve got it pretty right by now. With compostable packaging, Australian grains and Ayurvedic spices this small business nourishes and feeds a community.

Since 2010 their dhals, Royal Rice and quinoa packs have become a staple in household pantries all over Australia. They are available in many local grocery stores, or their online store offers delivery direct to your door. Effortless cooking instructions will have your meal ready from pack-to-plate in 15 minutes. Great as is, or as a base for your own creation. 

Visit satvikfoods.com.au for abundant fun recipe ideas: vegan, gluten free, sugar free preservative free and full of love. 

Order online now. Echo readers receive a special discount: ECHOTAKE15 for 15% off your purchase.
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