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The Tasty Bite brand was launched in 1995 with 5 ready-to-eat Indian curries. Nearly 20 years later, we have over 30 Indian, Asian, and rice products that have been served to tens of millions of hungry consumers around the world. From the beginning, our goal has been to offer you real food with bold flavors, without the hassle of cooking or purchasing innumerable ingredients. Everything we do is great tasting and easy to prepare.


In many ways, the Tasty Bite factory is not much different from your kitchen, except larger! A wide variety of grains and vegetables are slow-cooked in large-scale kettles with a myriad of spices from around the world. The food is filled in unique, multi-layered BPA-free pouches. They are then sealed and sterilized in a retort oven to maintain freshness for over 18 months. Our process uses no artificial flavors, additives or preservatives and ensures a high retention of the food’s original aroma, texture, nutrients, and flavor. Our factory is located near the city of Pune, in the rich agricultural region of Western India.

The Farm

At Tasty Bite, variety is the spice of life. We use 75 vegetables, 75 spices, 42 grains and 10 dry fruits in our delicious products. The Tasty Bite in-house farm is 23 acres and grows some of our ingredients for production. Most importantly, we use it as a demonstration location to teach our community of farmers the best practices in organic and sustainable farming.


80% of the energy used to make a pouch of Tasty Bite comes from renewable sources. Sugarcane waste, widely available in our region, is the primary renewable energy source. The Tasty Bite farm also employs unique rainwater harvesting techniques to recharge the groundwater in our area. This is of critical importance, considering the rapid depletion of groundwater in many parts of India and the world.


In our own small way, we are doing our part to support the community around us. Our primary focus areas are education and disaster relief. We have established a scholarship fund for the children of our factory workers, donated funds to create a science lab at a local school, and offered continued support to adult literacy programs in our community.