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Candico unveils new range of candies for Diwali

Mumbai, 19 October, 2005. Gifting options this festival of lights and sweets just got sweeter with Candico (I) Ltd.'s new range of three exciting Diwali Gift Packs. Attractively priced at Rs. 250/-, Rs. 200/- and Rs. 150/- respectively, these innovatively packaged and designed packs make a refreshing gifting option other than traditional Indian sweets, for your loved ones.

The packs would be available at all of Candico's candy kiosks across the country, which are at PVR Cinemas inside MGF Mega Mall, Gurgaon; DLF Mega Mall, Gurgaon; Fun & Food Village, Old Delhi-Gurgaon Highway; SRS Mall, Faridabad; Shopprix Mall, Noida; PVR Cinemas, Sonia Theatre AEZ Complex, Vikaspuri; Gold Adlabs, Pune; Central Mall, Pune; Huma Adlabs, Mumbai and PVR Cinemas, Hyderabad.

The 4 packs are:

Candico Choco Sparklers: Shining brightly in sparkling glory, this gift box contains an exotic assortment of 10 yummylicious chocolates and is priced at Rs. 200/-.

Candico Meetha Dhamaka: This marvel of a box puts together a mixture of various confectionery including Hard Boiled Candies, Soft Boiled Candies, chocolates as well as other sugar coated confectionery. Weighing a Triple-Nelson 333 grams, this box is priced at Rs. 250/-.

Candico Nutty Explosives: Beautifully designed and innovatively packaged, this splendid gift pack contains 400 grams of sugar-coated nuts and is priced at Rs. 250/-.

Candico Candy Diyas: Woo that 'special someone' in your life with this cracker of a pack which contains 250 grams of Hard Boiled & Soft Boiled Candies, aesthetically packaged in a transparent gift pack and attractively priced at Rs. 150/-.

About Candico

Candico is the largest homegrown, confectionery company in India with an annual turnover of Rs. 125 crores for the year 2003-04.

The company is one of the few in the world that manufactures all four-product categories of confectionery: Candies, Toffees, Mints and Gums. Candico owns category-leading brands like Loco Poco as well as popular brands like Gumbo Jumbo and Time Bomb.

Ever since inception, Candico has been reaching out to millions of children and adults and has become a household brand.

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For more light on these exciting gifting options, please contact:

Swaati Langeh, 022 - 39517007, 9819600060, swaatilangeh@accordpr.com

Gaurav Gupta, 022 - 39517007, 9820223207, gauravgupta@accordpr.com

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