Top 10 FMCG Companies in India 2017

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3. ITC

Established in 1910, ITC Limited is an Indian conglomerate headquartered in Kolkata.

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The company has a diversified business portfolio ranging from Cigarettes, FMCG products, Paperboard and packaging to hotels and IT. The company’s product offering in the FMCG sector includes Branded packaged foods, Personal care products, matches and incense sticks along with lifestyle retailing.


Some of the major food brands of the company are Aashirvaad, Kitchens of India, Sunfeast, Mint-o, Candyman, Gum-o, Bingo and Yippee. In the personal care segment it offers products under the brand names Fiama Di Wills, Superia, Essenza Di Wills, Vivel and Engage. Mangaldeep, Aim, Ship and I Kno are some of its brands in the safety matches and incense sticks segment.

The Company's institutional qualities - profound comprehension of the Indian buyer, solid trademarks, profound and wide distribution network, agri-sourcing capabilities, packaging skills and culinary expertise - keep on being adequately utilized to quickly develop its FMCG business. The company is committed to offering innovation, quality and differentiation to its customers, which is backed by world-class R&D, superior customer insights and efficient supply chain. Given the tough competition in the FMCG segment, the company has faced a decline in its ranking in the brand trust report in the last few years. In terms of CSR, ITC’s e-Chaupal initiative aimed at making Internet available to the farmers in the country, has helped millions of farmers utilize the power of information. Its other CSR initiatives are focused on afforestation, health and sanitation, women empowerment, primary education along with animal husbandry and waste recycling. Given the company being a giant in the tobacco industry, it sometimes has been questioned for its ethical practices.

Revenue Rs (Cr): 10336

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