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With all its sweet golden glory, corn is loved worldwide and has the most number of legends and folklore surrounding it. Let’s take a look at why it should be your lucky go-to food for the New Year


Our purpose here at Ta-daa is to revolutionise cooking and encourage more people to eat healthy, home-cooked meals, by providing them with packed precooked options, to whip up some delicious food at home (ghar ka Khanna).

TA-DAA brings you a host of packaged, just-boiled lentils, vegetables and tubers with a unique health edge.


In most cultures, it is suggested to eat lucky foods on New Year’s Eve for a fresh and prosperous start. So, this time around, for an extra dose of luck try some corn – the bright hue of the corn kernels is known to be a symbol of gold. The more the kernels, the more good fortune is brought into the next year since corn symbolizes financial rewards.

Making corn bread is a popular New Year tradition in the U.S; you too can try something new this year and make it for yourselves (to ensure extra luck, add extra corn kernels, which are exemplary of golden nuggets!).


  • Add corn kernels into your diet this New year, not only will it bring luck, but it’ll also bring in a boatload of goodness and nourishment to your body and soul.
  • Gift corn to your friends and family and pass the luck around to your loved ones.
  • Get your gardening on and plant sweet corn in a pot, you can reap your reward in 75 days.
  • String together boiled sweet corn kernels and garland the God you worship.
  • Use corn in rituals involving growth and transformation. You can also associate it with self-sustainability and fertility, both for people and for the land.
  • Create herbal sachets out of the husks to use around the house to bring in the magic of corn.
  • Sprinkle corn around your ritual area to define the sacred space. This is a great
    way to create an eco-friendly circle.
  • Create a corn husk chain, with each link representing a magical goal. As you get closer to the goal, remove a link, and either burn it, bury it, or return it to your garden.

So, if you’re in need of some luck this New Year, be sure to try our pre-cooked Corn-on-the-cob and Corn Kernels – we have grown the sweetest sweet corn and boiled it to perfection just for you!

Tadaa wishes you a very Happy New Year filled with luck and abundance.

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