Looks like everyone’s favourite "utterly butterly Amul" has gone ‘probiotic’ which one hopes from reading the rest of the text means ‘healthy’ or ‘organic’ or some such thing. This is the first I’ve seen come out of India and Amul is certainly the logical choice in this sense. Is this one off or does it imply the immanent descendence on India of "lite", "fat free" et al – all at a premium of course.
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