PRODUCTS from an iconic and long-standing Bradford name are now available nationwide at a major retailer. 

Aagrah, which has restaurants in Bradford and Yorkshire, also sells things like sauces, seasoning, chutney and more. 

Those will now be available in Tesco stores across the country. 

In an announcement on social media, Aagrah Foods said: "Our journey to bring you the most authentic and delightful Indian foods has taken a bold step forward with a vibrant redesign of the Aagrah Foods brand.

"Inspired by our 45+ year restaurant legacy, the new look embodies the rich tradition and the exquisite flavours that have defined us for decades.

"We believe the revamped aesthetic perfectly mirrors the passion and authenticity that our products bring to your table."

The announcement added: "Brace yourselves for an explosion of flavour with the introduction of several new products. 

"Indulge in the tantalizing taste of our three new chutneys, savour the crunch of "real" poppadoms, elevate your rice game with our pilau rice mix, and explore the diverse flavours of our two new naan breads.

"Each product is crafted with the same dedication and commitment to authenticity that has made Aagrah Foods a household name.

"We are ecstatic to announce a monumental milestone – Aagrah Foods is now available in Tesco nationwide. You can find our entire range of new and existing products in 364 Tesco stores across the country.

"We want to express our deepest gratitude to each one of you who has been a loyal follower and lover of Aagrah Foods. Your support has been the driving force behind our success. This journey wouldn't have been possible without you.

"Our team has poured their heart and soul into this launch, ensuring that every product lives up to the legacy of Aagrah Foods.

"Your continued love for our brand inspires us, and we are committed to delivering the authentic flavours that you cherish."

The Aagrah story began back in 1977 when Mohammed Sabir opened the first restaurant in Shipley.

He wanted to recreate the food cooked in the home and in the villages of his native Kashmir. 

There are now seven restaurants across Yorkshire.