This 5-Foot Chikki Is World’s Largest Chikki Unveiled At Bangalore’s Kukdukoo Festival

by Shreya Rathod
This 5-Foot Chikki Is World’s Largest Chikki Unveiled At Bangalore’s Kukdukoo Festival

Chikki is an Indian snack made with peanuts and jaggery. And everyone relishes it! Most importantly, this snack contains protein and is an instant energy booster. To promote protein intake in children, a nutrition company created India’s and maybe the world’s largest chikki. Here’s everything you need to know about this chikki!

World’s Largest Chikki By Jus Amazin!

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Jus Amazin is a leading clean nutrition food and beverage company that created this largest chikki. It was exhibited at the Kukdukoo Festival held in Bangalore. The effort was to increase awareness about protein consumption among Indian children. Over 25,000 people attended the festival on the 15th and 16th of April. Moreover, several firms displayed a variety of kid-friendly products.

The enormous chikki on exhibit had a diameter of 5 feet and was over 40 kilograms in weight. The company also debuted its fully loaded chikki named “GET SET GO” – the Desi Energy Bar! – at the event. This 40 gm chikki bar costs 40 and is packed with nutrients. It includes seeds, oats, millet, peanuts, and almonds.

The making of the enormous chikki wasn’t simple, and it took a lot of work. The company’s staff put in a lot of effort to make sure the enormous chikki was not only remarkable in size but also delicious to eat. The completely loaded mammoth chikki made by Jus Amazin was a complete protein chikki because it contained all 9 essential amino acids.

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Additionally, it included 50% less sugar than the conventional chikki, making it a healthier or more nutritionally sound variation of the well-known conventional chikki.

Importance Of Protein

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Jus Amazin used the buzz surrounding the gigantic chikki to host a few entertaining activities and events to raise awareness among kids about the need of eating protein. One of the highlights of the event that aided in achieving the objective of raising awareness about children’s protein consumption was seeing parents and kids snapping pictures with the enormous chikki.

For every kilogramme of body weight per day, an Indian child has to eat between 0.8 and 0.9 gms of protein. In contrast, the consumption of protein is lowest among adolescents. An uneven protein intake in young Indians leads to malnutrition, feeble bodies, and weariness.

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In an effort to raise awareness about protein consumption among Indian children and to encourage a healthy lifestyle, Jus Amazin created this enormous completely loaded chikki.

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