Saturday September 26, 2020

Spice up your life: Two recipes from Arun Kapil

Arun Kapil of Green Saffron in Cork is on a mission to rehabilitate the image of Indian convenience food

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
21st July, 2019
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Olive and Arun Kapil of Green Saffron say they ‘want to reclaim the freezer for healthy food’ Pic: Cathal Noonan

Arun Kapil wants to rule the world – or at least the part of it where time-poor, health-conscious shoppers go looking for their dinners.

Fifteen years after he first moved to Ireland, the son of a Yorkshire mother and Hindustani father has just sealed a deal that will see products from Green Saffron, the firm he runs with his wife Olive, on supermarket shelves in Britain.

He’s thrilled, he tells me over the phone from...

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