Sukhi and Surinder Singh and their 3 children (Bandana, Sanjog, and Dalbir), along with 100 employees.
More than 20 years ago, Sukhi brought the flavors of India to the Bay Area when she started creating spice mixes (or pastes) for her family and friends. In 1992, she started selling her curry sauces in plastic tubs to local grocery stores. Today, Sukhi’s offers more than 50 Indian food products, including quick-and-easy sauces and marinades as well as prepared foods like samosas, naans, and fresh entrées.
Sukhi’s sources their ingredients from a variety of Bay Area-based suppliers that resell products produced nationally and internationally. Some of the ingredients include whole-grain flour (grown and milled near Sacramento), free-range chicken (raised in the San Joaquin Valley), and organic pumpkin. Sukhi’s also chooses other unique ingredients from Bay Area suppliers who source spices and products from all over the world.
Sukhi’s gives out hundreds of free samples of their food every week. Stop by to say hi and taste for yourself.
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