Symbiotic Foods from Assam has announced that it will supply packaged pork – “A slice of Gahoree” to Olympic medalist Lovlina Borgohain for the next five years. 

Symbiotic Foods has said that it is a “a small token of love and appreciation” towards Lovlina Borgohain. 

Symbiotic Foods CEO – Manoj Kumar Basumatary said: “Congratulations to Lovlina for the historic achievement. We are very very proud of you!!! From Symbiotic Foods family, as a small token of love and appreciation, we would like to offer her free ‘A Slice of Gahoree’ for next 5 years.”  

He added: “We believe our ‘A Slice of Gahoree’ will help her become stronger with continuous supply of quality proteins and no one will be able to beat her in next Olympics.” 

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Lovlina Borgohain lost her semi-final bout against Busenaz Surmeneli of Turkey in the welterweight women’s boxing at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday.   

With this loss, Lovlina had to settle for a bronze medal. Lovlina lost to her Turkish opponent 0-5.  

With a bronze medal, Lovlina became only the third Indian boxer after Vijender Singh and Mary Kom to win an Olympic medal.  

23-year-old Lovlina Borgohain had already assured India of their first boxing medal at the ongoing Olympic Games when she upstaged former world champion – Nien-Chin Chen of Taiwan, to enter the semis. 

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