In 2017, when the couple, Raman & Shikha Sobti, migrated to Moncton from Dubai after living there for 13 years, they were unaware what is conserved in the destiny for them. While living and working in Moncton, Raman was doing his market analysis at the same time and he quickly realized that authentic handmade North Indian Samosas would be a niche product for this market. Raman, coming from a typical North Indian Punjabi family, back home where samosa is one of the favorite appetizers to go with the evening tea while bonding with friends and family, he was determined to have people to eat and feel the authentic taste of his homeland and thus while still working with Delta Beausejour, he made 200 handmade samosas to be sold at one of the farmer markets and they all got sold in a day. Making of those 200 samosas and frying them in his house garage, there was no looking back for the couple after that as in the first two years of their business establishment they sold over 50,000 samosas. While Shikha was still in shock as she couldn’t believe the love for their samosas in a small city of Canada, Raman was very confident of his exceptional taste, texture and authenticity of his samosas.