Max Health

Max Health is the specialty food brand launched by AMBO Agritec Pvt. Ltd, a leading food manufacturer based in Bengal. Discover a range of authentic Bengali ingredients and preparations. The emphasis is on locally sourcing all the ingredients and products and applying the necessary quality processes to make them consumer-friendly. With Max Health`s specialty foods, you now no longer need to crave your hometown taste. You can simply order these Bengal specialities from anywhere across India.

MAX HEALTH is premium brand for Bengali product range. It is a “hit in house” brand in quality staple food and pulses segment. It is marketed and sold through selective premium outlets in India. It is primarily catering to the Bengali Community living across pan India

BENGALI BOX

Max Health Puja Prasad Box

Puja rituals hold an extremely important place in Indian society. We take pride in making this ritual easier to conduct for the modern Indian soul. The Exclusive Puja Prasad Box consists of traditional puja prasad treats such as Premium Khoi, Premium Chini Batasha, Premium Gur Batasha and Premium Kadma. Celebrate the tradition at heart with ease!



Max Health Bengali Khichuri Box

The humble Khichuri is the ultimate Bengali comfort food. Made for festivals as well as for quiet lunch & dinner at home, the Khichuri is nutritious and delicious when made with the traditional ingredients. Discover the authentic flavours of this delicacy with our Khichuri Combo Box. The Exclusive Khichuri Combo Box consists of Gobindobhog rice, Sona Moong Dal, Ghee & the essential Panchphoron spice mix.

RICE

Max Health Gobindobhog Rice

"Offered to the Prince of Gods-Krishna, Govindobhog Rice is West Bengal’s pride. This superior quality, aromatic rice is one such ingredient that makes every dish a true delight. A speciality of the Bengali household since generations, the Govindobhog Rice will redefine high-quality rice for you.

Max Health Jeerakati Rice

Another priceless staple of West Bengal, the Jeerakati Rice is cultivated only in the fertile lands of Bengal. The Jeerakati Rice is prepared and served only on special occasions. Jeerakati rice is very special rice grown in West Bengal only. It is medium to long sized rice which is very famous and made for special occasions.

Max Health Bashkati Rice

"Another speciality rice from Bengal, Bashkati Rice is a parboiled rice quite famous and staple rice of Bengal. It is long grain and has a distinct taste.

Max Health Miniket Rice

Bengal's Speical Miniket Rice is a new high breed variety, good in taste and know for it wholesomeness and comprehensive fresh look. The Speical rice, a Bengali speciality is grown under the most favourable envoirnmental condition.

DAL

Max Health Sona Moong Dal

Sona Moong Dal has created one of Bengal’s most beloved dishes- the Bhaja Moong Dal (Fried Moong Dal). Bhaja Moong Dal is a delicacy that is savored and cherished across Bengal. This yellow dal makes for a lip smacking dish and every dish which has this dal turns out to be delectable.

Max Health Sona Masoor Dal

A popular staple in all Bengali households, the Sona Masoor Dal makes for a delicious Dal preparation. This orange dal can be used in many a dishes and its high end quality makes every dish a delectable one. Taste and nutrition, Bengal’s loved Sona Masoor should be your next buy!

Max Health Matar Dal

"A relatively common and popular in most households, the Matar Dal reminds you of comfort food. The Matar Dal is one of the key ingredients in Bengal’s ever famous dish Matarshuti Dal. This yellow dal makes for a lip smacking dish and its high-end quality ensures that every dish which has this dal turns out to be delectable.

BORI

Max Health Posto Bori

"From the refined pallet of the zamindars, the Posto Bori has found its place in quality Bengali cooking. The Posto Bori is made from poppy seeds and makes for a light but tasty appetizer. Had often with potatoes, the Posto Bori can be served in a variety of ways. This unique Bengali specialty will soon become a favorite in the kitchen.

Max Health Matar Bori

Bori or sun dried lentil drops is not only a Bengali specialty but it also adds to every dish the much needed texture and taste. The Matar Dal is first made into a fine paste and then sun-dried in little pearl shapes. Once dried, the Matar Dal Bori can be had simply by frying the bori and having it as a side dish or by putting it into a curry. This unique Bengali specialty will soon become a favorite in the kitchen.

Max Health Kalai Bori

Kalai Dal is dal made of split white Urad Dal. Bori or sundried lentil drops is not only a Bengali speciality but it also adds to every dish the much needed texture and taste. The Kalai Bori is first made into a fine paste and then sun-dried in little pearl shapes. Once dried, the Kalai Bori can be had simply by frying the bori and having it as a crunchy side dish or by putting it into a curry.

Max Health Masoor Bori

Bori or sundried lentil drops is not only a Bengali specialty but it also adds to every dish the much needed texture and taste. The Masoor Dal is first made into a fine paste and then sun-dried in little pearl shapes. Once dried, the Masoor Dal Bori can be had simply by frying the bori and having it as a crunchy side dish or by putting it into a curry. This unique Bengali specialty will soon become a favorite in the kitchen

Max Health Moong Bori

Bori or sundried lentil drops is not only a Bengali specialty but it also adds to every dish the much needed texture and taste. The Soona Moong Bori is first made into a fine paste and then sun-dried in little pearl shapes. Once dried, the Soona Moong Bori can be had simply by frying the bori and having it as a crunchy side dish or by putting it into a curry. This unique Bengali specialty will soon become a favorite in the kitchen.

Max Health Dal Bora

Simple delights often give you the most joy. Such is the case with Daler Bara or Lentil fritters. The Dal is soaked and then made into a fine paste. It is then mixed with spices to enhance the taste and fried. A simple dish with delectable flavours, the Daler Bara will become a favourite in the kitchen.

Max Health Goyna Bori

Ornamental Bori or decorative bori is in reality a decorative display of cottage scale production center of Midnapur district in West-Bengal. Complicated ornament design get replicated by the skillful ladies. This in Bengali is known as “Gahana Bor” that finds its place as special deep-fried item when some one special like son-in –law gets invited for a treat.

Max Health Hing Bori

It is primarily kalai Bori, where Hing ( Asafoetida) at a proper proportion gets mixed at the time of dough preparation. Idea is to blend aroma of hing with Bori so that a mild tone of hing flavour influences the end dish when cooked with Hing Bori.

SPICES

Max Health Panchphoron

Panchphoron or the five-spice mix is a spice mix used commonly in Bengali, Oriya and Assamese cuisine. A delightful blend of flavorsome seeds, fennel seeds, nigella seeds, golden fenugreek, radhuni(celery) seeds and colored cumin seeds. Used mainly to coat each dish the Panchphoron is first fried in ghee to make it pop and then put into the main dish.

Max Health Postodana

Posto Dana or Poppy Seeds is an integral part of Bengali cuisine. It has had not only in the seed form but is also had ground to form what is the Posto Chutney. Dishes with Posto Dana have been passed down through generations in Bengali households, thus making the simple poppy seed an ingredient which is cherished and loved.

Max Health Radhuni

Selected spices for enhancing flavour and taste combined in ungrounded form to be used mainly for “Chokna” of Dal [lentils] Very widely used in Bengal.

SAUCES & PICKLES

Max Health Mustard Kasundi

A spicy mustard relish, the Bengali Kasundi is famous for its delectable fieriness. Kasundi can be used with tandoori dishes, kebabs, curries and even sandwhiches! Bengal’s signature mustard sauce is as fiery as it is delectable. A hit among all those who like the fiery and hot flavours.

Max Health Mango Kasundi

Aam Kasundi is a delighful sauce of old times brought to you by Max Health. Kasundi is a kind of Sauce a combination of green mangoes pieces on spicy oil base mixed with split yellow and black mustard beside a dash of green and other spices.

Max Health Chaltar Achar [Dillenia]

Chalta (Dillenia Indica) or cached is a native of South Eastern Asia, widely available in Bengal. Fruit of beautiful looking evergreen tree Chalta is popular as an item for pickles. Chalta is often cooked in the form of a sweet and sour juicy dish for concluding leisurely afternoon meal. Accoding to studies Dillenia indica might be a potential souce of anti diabetic agents.

Max Health Cooler Achar [Berry]

Sweet and Sour Berry Pickle is a favourite Bengali items that finds home in dining tables of a Bengali House hold. This kind of berry comes during spring, mostly eaten raw but the ripe onces get sun dried first and thereafter turned into pickes at a kitchen and exposed to sun again for purification. Delicious when eaten in rainy days but tennagers like this pickle even when it does not rain.

Max Health Rasooner Aachar(Lasuna)

Peeld Garlic matured in mustered oil with salt, spices and white mustered flakes (No arifical colour or flavour added).

Max Health Tentuler Aachar (Termarind)

Tamarind with seeds, Jaggary syrup and spices.

Max Health Aamshi Misti Aachar (Mango Sweet & Sour)

Sun dried Green Mango added with Sugar and Jaggery, syrup and spices.

Max Health Jalpai Aachar (Olive)

Fresh Olive from Bengal added with Jaggary, syrup and spices.

OTHER STAPLES

Premium Sattu

Sattu or powdered roasted Bengal gram flour is hugely popular as a healthy drink in U.P, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Bengal. The Sattu drink has an instant cooling effect on the body thus making it ideal for summers. The Sattu can be made into balls to be eaten with curry, making it a powerhouse of health and energy. Sattu is not only tasty but also very healthy.

Dhokar Dal Mix

The Dhokar is a lentil cake made of Bengal gram. In traditional recipes, fried cakes made of the Bengal gram are mixed into flavourful curries to create a tasty and satisfying preparation. For all those seeking traditional flavours and modern convenience, the Dhokar Dal mix from Max Health comes as a boon. Enjoy preparing this traditional dish for a yummy weekend meal.

Instant Khichuri

There is nothing more comforting than a delicious hot khichuri served after a long day at work. The instant Khichuri mix from Max Health is a boon for working professionals. Just open up a packet of this mix, cook it as per directions and you can get the familiar taste of Bengali khichuri wafting through the kitchen. Nutritious and tasty, this dish is a hit with children as well!

Patali Gur

Date palm jaggery is a winter delicacy and is mainly produced in West Bengal. Made from the sap of the date palm, this jaggery is much awaited by all Bengalis and they use it extensively in place of sugar in all their sweet treats. It lends the sweets a great sweet, smoky flavour and its taste is simply unmatched by sugar. Bring home the traditional bengali sweet flavour and sweeten your home with the Khajur Patali Gur by Max Health.

Nolel Gur

Nolen Gur unlike regular cane jaggery is derived from the the sap of date palm tree and concocted on fire for liquidation. Nolen gur literally means liquid date jaggery. This hokum from Max Health is a special winter sweet delicacy from the city of sweets, Kolkata and is primed to slowly titillate your senses with its luxuriant taste. Generously dab on puffed rice or as bread spread to boost immunity while you absorb its enchanting sweet taste.

Tal Mishri

Straight from the city of joy Kolkata comes Tal Mishri or palm candy made from locally sourced ingredients.

Chusi Pithe

"Made specially on occasions such as Nabanna-the Bengali Harvest Festival, the Chusi Pitha is a beloved dish across Bengal. The Chusi Pitha is a long rice shaped pitha boiled in milk and jaggery. Made of rice flour dough, the dough is made into dough filaments thus giving the name Chusi. A sweet delight for all, the Chusi Pithe will leave you coming back for more"

Joynagerer Moya

Max Health brings you a wide range of authentic Bengali delicacies all the way form Kolkata to your doorstep. The Joynagerer Moya originated in Joyanagar in West Bengal and hence gets it name. This sweet treat is made with nolen gur (date palm jaggery) and kanakchur khoi (a puffed rice made from a special kind of rice which is very aromatic. Both these products are winter products and hence this treat is a winter speciality. Bring home the taste of Kolkata with this sweet treat.

OILS & GHEE

Max Health Gawa Ghee

Gawa Ghee is made out of cow milk; this rich yellowish semi solid product had been a Bengali delicacy since the so called bygone era. Gawa ghee strikes a very favourite note with rice eaters as the first course to be eaten with rice before lunch or dinner.

Vegetable Oil

An ideal low melting point vegetable oil for deep frying food items like Samosa, Kachori, Jelabi, Sonpapdi and Gulab Jamun. Vegetable oil is blended and partially hydrogenated with Rice bran oil, Sesame oil and Palm in purest form for making the blend free from acidity or similar ailments.

Premium Mustard Oil

Max Health Premium Mustard Oil. It is a premium variety “Kachchi Ghani” mustard oil with strong flavour and ads pungent taste the cooked dish. Available in 1 kg reusable pet bottle.

Premium Rice Bran Oil

Rice Bran Oil: It is notable for its growing global acceptance as a very healthy cooking medium. high smoke point and its mild flavor, making it suitable for high-temperature cooking methods such as stir frying and deep frying. Maxhealth Rice Bran oil is quite popular, available in 1 kg reusable pet bottle.

BENGAL TEA

Bengal Blend Tea

Bengal Blend Tea: Moderately strong tea with flavour of Darjeeling tea meets that Bengali taste of tea to be taken at home,  be it the morning tea with biscuit or an evening tea with snacks. Nexthermal Bengal blend is a combination of Assam CTC and orthodox Darjeeling tea. It is a sincere attempt to match the Bengali taste at moderate price.

Organic : CTC Tea

Our leaves are CRUSH, TEAR & CURL by 18” cutters once they are plucked at the crack of dawn and then withered naturally in thatch and bamboo huts on cotton nets. The tea is oxidized for over an hour and dried in Mini Trays driers. The entire process is done on the banks of ABA Rivers in the traditional thatch houses.

Organic : Green Tea

Our Organic Teas are made with love and care for our customers who understand the value of chemical free and healthy drink. The fragrance of the rose is naturally fushioned with Organic Orthodox Tea. Our leaf in one piece and the flavours remains intact.

Organic : Orthodox Tea

Our leaves are laced with the juices under their own weight in the well of the table which avoid rupturing of leaf cells once it is plucked at the crack of dawn and then rolled in mini rollers. We ferment or oxidise the leaves for couple of hours and dried at 80-85C very slowly to keep the flavour intact.

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