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Hyatt Place Hyd/Banjara Hills launches low-carb and Keto-friendly menu
Friday, 12 July, 2019, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Bengaluru
Hyatt Place Hyderabad/Banjara Hills, a property of the global hospitality chain, Hyatt Hotels International Cooperation, has now teamed up with Bengaluru-based Lo! Foods to unveil a range of low-carb and Keto-friendly menu for its customers. It consists of pastas, burgers, paninis and desserts, which have been created using Lo! Foods Atta.
The specially-curated low-carb menu, now available at Hyatt Place Hyderabad/Banjara Hills, will include a range of all-day fare, such as Paneer Kathi Roll, Grilled Vegetable Panini and Carb-friendly Pasta and desserts like Go Low Brownie.
“Our low-carb and Keto-friendly products, particularly our Atta, have been getting rave reviews. To now have Hyatt, a market leader in fine dining and hospitality, come on board to launch a curated low-carb and Keto-friendly menu, further validates our thesis that in order to cut carbs from our daily diet, we do not have compromise on taste. Our entire range of products, including snacks, namkeen, atta and chocolates, are seeing great traction and adoption,” stated Sudarshan Gangrade, founder and chief executive officer, Lo! Foods.
Hyatt Place Hyderabad/Banjara Hills takes a lead over its competition by launching a specially curated low-carb menu. “Over the last few years, there has been general awareness among people about leading a healthy life. Low-carb and Keto is becoming a large trend,” said Swarendra Sahay, general manager, Hyatt Place Hyderabad/Banjara Hills.
Gaurav Ramakrishnan, head chef, Hyatt Place Hyderabad/Banjara Hills, said, “We were finding it difficult to work with traditional low-carb ingredients or products, since they were not suitable for commercial kitchens or fine dining set-ups. We tried Lo! low-carb atta, and found it to work very well in our kitchens – right from tandoor to ovens.”
Lo! Foods plans to scale up its online presence further, and also start its offline expansion over the next six months, which would include ramping up presence in major retail and five-star hospitality chains.
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