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Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s Wonderchef Launches Hurom Slow Juicer & GOT

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Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s private label Wonderchef has launched Hurom Slow Juicer for the first time in the Indian market along with Wonderchef GOT (Gas Oven tandoor)· Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s own private label Wondercraft will be one of the best options for your Kitchen makeover.

Hurom Slow Juicer, claimed to be the world’s best juicer, is priced at Rs 25,000 at Wonderchef compared with the regular price of Rs 27,500. According to the brand officials, SK (Sanjeev Kapoor) Gas Oven Tandoor can cook restaurant style Tandoori and baked dishes with the same taste as from large clay tandoor. The offer price for the Wonderchef GOT stands at Rs 4,790 as against the regular price of Rs 5,800.

Kitchen home appliances brand Wonderchef offers a range of cookware, bake ware, kitchen appliances and tools, handpicked by the Chef.

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