Over 85 percent of all packaged foods in India contain artificial additives. Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and even ADHD are all related to these chemicals. McGill Foods Eatopia is the first brand to fill this gap with absolute competency and ease.
New Delhi, India, March 29 (ATK): Over 85 percent of all packaged foods in India contain artificial additives, which are chemicals used to improve and enhance the foods' taste, appearance, and shelf life.Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and even ADHD are all related to these chemicals that are obscured by obscure names and cryptic numbers.Many brands have appeared on the market with the aim of promoting and delivering natural and healthy food, but there was also a drawback in many of them, which was the inability to provide healthy foods, cutting off the interest of consumers.People wanted to stock up on nutritious foods and snacks, but they weren't able to find them appealing to their taste buds.You'd better be prepared to go for the stale taste of sugar free food or a natural snack if you're going to buy it.Therefore, this scenario calls for a competent company that is able to bridge the market for natural and healthy foods while still meeting the needs of the taste buds.McGill Foods Eatopia is the first brand to fill this gap with absolute competency and ease, with a deep knowledge of food science and a customer-centric approach.Eatopia has prioritized customers' needs, according to Jacob George, CEO & Director of McGill Foods. Eatopia was created with the intention of being a superhub for all health needs.The brand aims to become an integral part of a healthy lifestyle of consumers.Eatopia's vision is to positively impact communities by providing nutritious, organic food with no chemical additives, according to Sachin Eapen, Co-Director, McGill foods.