New foodie experience by Unilever at Eat Street

image-1Unilever Sri Lanka’s Foods Business, continuously striving to tempt their consumers with a unique flavor experience, participated at the recently concluded Eat Street CMB. The unique foodie event became the go to destination of the weekend for all things food.

As Unilever, we are happy to have partnered with renowned Raffle Residence. As a Company that always looks for innovative and exciting ways to reach our consumers, this partnership was an ideal platform to provide a unique “foodie” experience. What better way to experience simple everyday dishes in new and exciting ways than infused with brands that we all grew up with such as Astra, Knorr and Marmite. We are confident that through this we will inspire consumers to experiment and celebrate these flavours in every out of home occasion,” said Makshoodh Meerasaibu, Marketing Director – Home Care, Foods, Refreshments and Water, Unilever Sri Lanka.

The Unilever Food stall had a variety of food such as Knorr maldive fish infused chickpea fritters, Knorr infused tempered chickpeas and prawn tempura as well as family favourites such as Astra tempered fried rice and cheesy Marmite kottu and Lipton iced teas paired with chocolate brownies and cookies.

Eat Street CMB is a large, family-friendly open-air street food festival held on Green path, Colombo 07. It featured an array of independent vendors selling various kinds of food, merchandise and art.

About Unilever: Unilever Sri Lanka is one of the biggest FMCG companies in Sri Lanka, with 29 market leading brands in categories such as Home Care, Personal Care and Foods. Established in Sri Lanka in 1938 with brands such as Sunlight, Lux and Pears, today Unilever has over 75 years of manufacturing history in Sri Lanka. Unilever’s corporate purpose is to make sustainable living commonplace, and the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan sets out to decouple the company’s growth from environmental impact, while increasing its positive social impact. The Plan has three big goals that by 2020 will help improve people’s health and well-being, reduce the company’s environmental footprint, and enhance livelihoods across its value chain. For more information about Unilever, please visit