Cofresh

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Cofresh Bombay Mix

Cofresh Snack Foods is a company that makes savoury snacks. It is based in Leicester, United Kingdom.[1] The company earns £28 million a year.

Cofresh was started in 1974 by an Indian family who moved from Kenya to Leicester,[2] and used their fish and chip shop to make snacks, such as Bombay Mix.

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Cofresh's main range of Indian snacks includes versions of poppadum curls, potato grills, spiced nuts, Bombay Mix and Ganthiya.

In 2017, Cofresh released "Eat Real", which is a brand of gluten-free snacks. "Eat Real" snacks are mostly made from hummus or quinoa.

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