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Ramdev Dried Dates 200g $1.95 (RRP ~$4) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


If you like dry dates, this is a good pricing. I haven't tried this brand before but I hope the quality should be ok; there isn't much that can go wrong with dry dates.

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  • Is this sourced from India ?

    • As per the product description, yes.

  • It’s showing 1.95 but charges 4$

    • I ordered a few minutes back and it worked. Maybe something to do with Prime?

  • It's well known brand in India

    • Have you had a dry date there?

      • Thought of but ended up having wet date

  • Yes, read in some blog. This oragnization had produced butter ghee equal to the amount of milk used. Some whistleblower revealed that. Good luck consuming their products.

    • +2

      Pretty sure you're confused between https://www.ramdev.co.in/ and https://www.patanjaliayurved.net/ brands. Your info isn't correct. That aside, dried dates don't need any manufacturing etc so it's not much relevant either.

      Also, just FYI that Patanjali (pro'ly the one you're referring to) is a USD 4 billion brand. Based on your naïve comment, I doubt if you know enough about it though I am not arguing the news that you would have read: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patanjali_Ayurved.

      What's butter ghee though? There's either butter or ghee. They are different products.

      • +1

        Since you are defending Patanjli brand. Do keep in mind, how there net profit and revenue grew in recent times. Your justification for good quality is revenue and profit. The growth that they made without adulterating the products.

        • I am not defending any brand - all I am saying is that you've no idea what you're referring to. Please read all three of my comments again.

      • +1

        There's either butter or ghee. They are different products.

        Ghee is a type of butter…

  • Ive been some dry dates.