The company has launched seven different types of spices for meat, chicken, momo, sekuwa and other delicacies.
“Our products will be available at all the outlets of Bajeko Sekuwa, major markets and retail shops. They will be available at the departmental stores and super markets in the second phase,” said Nitima Karki Bhandari, managing director of Bajeko Masala
She claimed that the company has been collecting raw materials directly from the farmers and produces spices in direct observation of qualified chemists.
“Because of special spices, food items of Bajeko Sekuwa are distinct. Therefore, we want our customers to make such food items at their homes too,” said Bhandari.
The spices come at prices ranging from Rs. 85 to Rs. 120.
Started four decades ago from Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Bajeko Sekuwa is expanded to a dozen of outlets in
Pokhara and Bharatpur.