“Frontier” is a well known name for their eggless biscuits, naan khatai and bakery items. Since their inception in 1921, Frontier Biscuits have reinvented itself over and over again and is still going strong. Despite a strong competition from foreign and Indian brands of biscuits, Frontier has been steadfast in its growth and has maintained a special position in market as well as in hearts of its customers.
Given the increasing health consciousness among city people, Frontier Biscuits have launched a new health range of cookies and ready to eat snacks. We recently tried some of their variants like Dalia cookies, Honey oat cookies, multigrain cookies, sugarless cookies and multigrain chips.
These cookies are free of Maida (white flour) and harmful trans fat. While Dalia cookies are thin and crisp, honey oats and multigrain are big biscuits, almost khatai like size. The flax seeds on top of multigrain cookies make them look delicious as well as nutritious. Though the cookies look and taste great, slightly less sugar would have made health conscious people trust the cookies even more.
Sugar free oat biscuits can be an option for diabetics and folks who are cutting down on sugar for weight loss and other health reasons.
In savory items, they have introduced multigrain chips. These are light, thin wafers that taste slightly sweet along with predominantly salty flavor. We loved these chips as they are not spicy, subtle in taste and are not oily at all.
For upcoming festival season Frontier Cookies come in a special packaging. This festival box can be a useful, healthy and delicious Diwali gift to share with friends and family.