There are many things to eat and drink in the city, which are spreading the flavor and fragrance of their taste from outside the city. Among these things is Gujarati Gujarati snacks. In addition to the city dwellers, people from cities like Delhi, Bombay, Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Gwalior. The city’s heartland is the oldest shop of Gujarati on the three-stone. In 1965, the shop of this store likes it because of the taste and quality of snacks from children to the elderly. Seeing the popularity of Gujarati snacks, many shops have been opened in the city by the name of Gujarati snacks. Customers believe Popat Bhai said that due to the freshness, quality content and flavor of Masala Bhujia, demand in the market is huge. We are committed to high quality customers. Meet the needs of your customers within the time limit. We pack them in a clean way to keep the quality of the products. These varieties are available Masala Bhujia, Gujarati Mix, Coriander Dal, Garlic Gastia, Chakoli, Special Tannaton, Desi Chana Salt, Moong Dal, Tasty Peanuts, Garlic Seave, Falahari Chowder, Potato Bhujia, Kashmiri Chana, Urad Dal Papad.Such a person named Popat Bhai says that we are living in Nadiad of Gujarat. When we came to the ocean, we opened a snack shop. Then there was no name for the shop. Because of Caste Gujarati, the name of the shop was also read in Gujarati. In 1965, the father himself. Jethabhai Ambalal tailor opened the shop. Currently Crick Brother and Rajendra Bhai also run this shop. More shops have been opened in the name of Gunjan Gujarari snacks. The name was being misused in the market. In 2011, the Gujarati name snuffed the snake name. Popat Bhai told us that Gunjan Papad is sold here. That’s why the name of salted also gave a beating. Variety of snacks also increased with daily cell times of 300 kg of salt. Now there are 40 types of snacks in the shop. About 300 kg of salted cell is daily.