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Ma’s Kitchen introduces a single serving of delicious rasam, a spicy, sour soup for the soul


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Ma’s Kitchen, one of Sri Lanka’s leading food manufacturers, recently launched a convenient quick use sachet pack of rasam soup. It is the perfect blend of herbs and spices, enough for one large cup of fiery soup.

Sold as an individual sachet or a pack of four, the Ma’s Kitchen Rasam will travel with you anywhere, all you need to do is add some hot water to create a cup of delicious soup. The combination of spices will take you back to the comfort of home. It’s the perfect meal enhancer and gives you a fiery kick when you feel tired and worn out.

Speaking on the launch of the rasam sachet, Chief Operations Officer Ranjith Galagoda said: “The ready-made rasam paste is aimed at the working individual that is strapped for time. We hope that with the launch of the Ma’s Kitchen Rasam sachet can provide much-needed convenience and comfort to our customers. It’s an easily, quick fix for a tasty starter or even a good standby for when you are too busy to make a meal.”

Launched in 1986 by husband-wife duo Mario and Suzette De Alwis, Ma’s Kitchen offers a portfolio of organic, fair-trade and conventional artisanal meal solutions, including spices, seasonings, curry pastes, sauces, ready-to-eat foods and coconut-based products. MA’s Kitchen product range includes Ma’s Kitchen Spices, Happy Home, Dad’s Garden and Pasta Roma. A family-owned company, MA’s Foods has matured from an ingredient supplier to a diverse food solutions provider.


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