BHURIA JAMS KASAULI / THINGS TO TAKE BACK FROM KASAULI

BHURIA JAMS KASAULI / THINGS TO TAKE BACK FROM KASAULI

A MUST TAKE AWAY  HOME WHEN IN KASAULI

More importantly, Bhuira Jams was employing women who belonged to this village, empowering them to enhance their quality of life.

A small farm nestled in the peach orchards of Rajgarh Himachal Pradesh, a team local women make India’s best homemade Jams, marmalades, jellies and fruit crushes .Bhuira Jams unit was up started  in the year 1999, by Linnet Mushran. She contributed towards women employment was recently felicitated by the PHD Family Welfare Foundation who awarded her with the prestigious ASTITVA SAMMAN  in the year 2017.  The main motive was of providing employment to the local ladies to be self dependent and  developing fresh, handcrafted jams & jellies.  It was started as a small kitchen operation in BHUIRA village today spans two registered units, employing over 100 local women, sourcing fruits directly from local farmers. Their products not only maintain all quality standards but they are the only brand in the Indian market with over 25 varieties that have won many hearts in India and around the world. This remarkable journey started a couple of years ago in the village of Bhuira (district Rajgarh, HP) . The women now handle over two production units, receive orders online, plan their production accordingly and make sure their stock gets to their customers on time. They save, send their children to school and are respected by their husbands. bhuria