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Tricity residents have reason to celebrate as a popular ice cream parlour Naturals has just opened its doors in the heart of the city. Naturals, which opened its first outlet in Mumbai in 1984, is already generating a buzz for its delicious and unique ice cream flavours.

Located in Sector 7-C Madhya Marg, the parlour boasts a cheerful and inviting atmosphere, with brightly coloured walls and whimsical decor. Its delicious flavours made using seasonal fruits and freshly sourced ingredients are sure to satiate the taste buds of  ice cream lovers in Chandigarh.

Established in 1984 by Mr. RS Kamath, Naturals is a pioneer in quintessential fruit based flavours such as Sitaphal, Tender Coconut, Jackfruit, Muskmelon, Orange Pistachio and Kala Jamun amongst many more.

Siddhant Kamath

Speaking on the occasion, Siddhant Kamath, Director, Naturals Ice Cream says, “We are elated to launch our first store in the picturesque city of ‘Chandigarh’ with an aim to be a go-to destination for all those with a sweet tooth. We are happy to have  expanded our reach in the North region with the Chandigarh store.”

The brand is known for crafting delicious and authentic ice creams, Kamath shared that all Naturals ice creams are made using three main ingredients – Seasonal Fruits, Milk and Sugar. No artificial flavours are used.

Renowned for high-quality artisanal ice creams right from the start, Naturals was also included in India’s top 10 most trusted brands by a survey conducted by KMPG in 2018.

Available across 14 Indian states with 145 successful outlets, Naturals has managed to stay true to its tagline ‘Taste the Original’ ever since its inception in the bustling suburbs of Juhu, Mumbai.

With its friendly staff and mouth-watering ice cream, Naturals is sure to become a favourite destination for locals and tourists alike. As the warmer months approach, the parlour is sure to become a popular spot for those looking to beat the heat and enjoy a cool, refreshing treat.


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