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Mithai opens outlets in Sylhet

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Business Desk :
Mithai, a popular retail chain shop of PRAN Group, has opened its two outlets in Sylhet.
Monirul Islam, Deputy General Manager (Marketing) inaugurated the outlets on Tuesday in Shibganj bazar and Ambarkhana point of the city, said a press release.
Different kinds of sweets, shon papri, burger, fried chicken, chicken nugget, chicken shawarma, fried rice, lacchi, coffee and other beverages will be available at the outlets.

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