our story

Pratham Foods is one of the leading manufacturer and supplier of a wide assortment of desi ghee like Cow and Buffalo Ghee. It is owned by Mr.Swapnil Thite, a BCS graduate with an MBA degree in E-Business. Having worked with reputed IT Company in Hinjewadi, Pune for 12 years, his passion for business drew him closer to taking up a small-time stint in Ghee manufacturing unit and to accomplishing his own unit. His ideology is to consistently deliver good quality ghee which is rich in taste & purity to his customers, which is why he specifically chose a Sanskrit name – Satva. His dreams and aspirations are supported by his wife Mrs. Swapna Thite, a B.Com graduate taking care of finance & administration.

Grown into a Maharashtrian family, they have observed their mother following the very traditional process of making desi ghee at home. They understand that even today, people need the same nutritional benefits providing clarified butter. But also as an IT company freak, he knows how busy are everyone to follow the Vedic process. To fulfill this ever-growing need, he wants to provide people pure and desi ghee made in the same way his mother made and the same way Indian ancestors use to make.

ghee and its benefits


We aim to consistently deliver the pure and desi ghee (clarified butter) to our clients and comply with our promises of purity and great taste.


To make our product reachable to the maximum audience and introduce them to the pureness of our product.

Beneficial Factors of Ghee

Our ancestors have always spoken about the Ghee Benefits and its importance, so why not use this health wisdom to the fullest. Satva Ghee is great on taste and made from 100% Gir Cows and Murrah Buffalos’ milk. In Ayurveda, and according to the Vedic process of making desi ghee, only grass-fed animal's ghee has the most benefits. The team at Satva believes in Indian Ayurveda and Vedic process of making clarified butter.

The Vedic process we follow to make desi ghee:

  • We only import milk from Indian cattle breeds – Gir Cows and Murrah Buffalos! These breeds are being domesticated by Indians since the Vedic period (Bronze age period of India)
  • The first Sanskar: The milk is boiled to ensure it is free from all types of bacteria and now safe for a further process
  • In a pot, the naturally obtained cream or malai is collected from the surface of these boiled milk and stored into pots for yeasting with yogurt.
  • After the yeasting process, the pot product is churned to separate the loni/Makkhan and buttermilk (taak). Here the third sanskar gets completed.
  • The loni/makkhan is then heated with a slow cook process until Desi Ghee is obtained
  • The ghee is then packed into subjective bottles which are sterilized and completely safe to use.

Benefits of Ghee

  • Rich in Fat Soluble Vitamins A, D, and E.
  • Contains a significant level of butyric acid, an anti-carcinogenic short-chain fatty acid.
  • Helps in building a healthy digestive tract as it improves your digestion.
  • Builds strong bones With Vitamin K2
  • Reduces Inflammation.
  • Boost Energy & Immune System. The significant levels of vitamin A in ghee make it ideal for protecting eye health. As per Ayurveda, eating ghee regularly helps in improving eyesight.
  • Ghee increases vital Ojas in the body; Ojas is the subtle energetic force that is responsible for one’s energy, vitality, and immunity.
  • Ghee calms Pitta and Vata, hence it is ideal for people with Vata-Pitta.
  • Ghee is a well-known treatment in Ayurveda for relieving dryness in the body, as it is oily and moisturizing by nature. Whether taken internally or applied externally, ghee has the ability to nourish and lubricate the tissues on a cellular level.
  • Ghee promotes flexibility as it lubricates the joints and connective tissues and promotes flexibility.
  • Loaded with Vitamin K2, ghee plays an important role in the development of the baby’s facial features and teeth.
  • According to Ayurveda, ghee is considered to be a satvic food. Satvic foods promote good health, positivity and personal growth.