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More butter offers from Pelwatte at Arpico Super Centres


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Sri Lanka’s 100% local dairy manufacturer, Pelwatte Dairy Industries Ltd. is further extending its offers on the signature Pelwatte Butter during the month of June. The offer this time will be 15% at all Arpico Super Centres island wide. The offer began on 1 June and will be in place until 30 June. It will be a part of Arpico’s ‘June Top Tips’ promotional campaign.

Pelwatte Dairy is a leading home-grown dairy company that produces many different dairy products such as milk powder, yoghurt, ice-cream and both home use and bulk butter for industrial use. The brand is also widely known for its attempt to make Sri Lanka self-sufficient in milk. Supporting thousands of dairy farmers in Sri Lanka, Pelwatte Dairy produces all of its product at a state-of-the-art factory complex in Buttala. The most stringent quality standards are followed during production while no artificial preservatives etc. are added to increase shelf-life. Therefore Pelwatte Dairy is one of the healthiest products for all ages in the market today.

Pelwatte produces both salted and unsalted butter varieties, and is sold in both home-sized and bulk packs. Pelwatte Butter is the cheapest high quality butter in the local market. The added 15% discount means that households can stock up on a premium product at an attractive price.


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