SAAOL launches 'Oil-Free Kitchen'

- A Monitor Report 01 Oct, 2018 | 182 Views | - +
Dhaka : Philanthropist, businessman, actor and director Ananta Jalil and actress Barsha were present at the launching of "Oil-Free Kitchen" of SAAOL Heart Centre held at Officers' Club in the city recently.

The celebrity duo announced their solidarity with the benevolent initiative and said he would entertain all the 400 plus guests at their son's upcoming birthday party with oil-free provisions.

Principal of US-Bangla Medical College and Hospital Maj. Gen. (retd) Professor Bijoy Kumar Sarkar formally launched "Oil-Free Kitchen."

The festive inauguration was also attended by leading academicians, politicians and journalists in country including writer Selina Hossain, President of the Communist Party of Bangladesh Mujahidul Islam Selim, social scientist and writer Professor Salimullah Khan and actor Monir Khan Shimul.


For the first time in Bangladesh, "Oil-Free Kitchen" of Saaol Heart Centre (BD) Ltd. launched its catering and home delivery service to provide oil-free untainted nourishment and delicious food to health enthusiast citizens.

This type of food is also good for patients who are in a complicacies with their heart, liver, kidney, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, gastric, cancer, thyroid, hepatitis, arthritis, dengue, tuberculosis, and in particular to those who are at risk with oily foods. Besides, the kitchen will also prepare especial food for pregnant mothers and vegetarians.

The "Oil-Free Kitchen" will cater healthy food for marriage ceremonies, birthdays or any other festivals or parties.

Principal of US-Bangla Medical College and Hospital Maj. Gen. (retd) Professor Bijoy Kumar Sarkar formally inaugurated "Oil-Free Kitchen."

Earlier poet Mohon Raihan, Founder, Saaol Heart Centre, Bangladesh narrated out the primary years of the Saaol movement.

The main attraction of the launching was a oil-free delicious foods of 12 different recipes coming right out from the kitchen for all the guests.

Besides relishing by the food items, a good number of people instantly made bookings for their own and dear ones in addition to making month-long regular orders.

Also on Bangladesh Monitor