Updated on 22nd, June 2020
India has the largest population of more than 100 crore people depend on FMCG companies for their everyday needs.
1. Hindustan Unilever Ltd.
HUL is basically a British-Dutch company running its India headquarters at Mumbai. This company was named after the lever brothers in 1933. HUL products include our daily needs of food products, detergents, shampoos, beverages, personal care products, and several consumer goods.
FMCG’s of HUL are Modern Bread, Kwality walls ice cream, Knorr Soups, Annapurna atta and salt, Kissan – Jam, sauce, juice, every beverage of Lipton tea & Bru Coffee last but not the least Magnum Ice cream.
2. Nestlé India
Nestle is basically a Swiss company joined hands with India after Indian independence and entered to launch FMCG products in India.
Nestle FMCG is world-famous, particularly Kids love to eat Nestle products.
Its FMCG products are Maggi noodles, Maggi sauces, and Maggi Soup especially for kids and all age groups. Nesplus a nutritious breakfast cereals.
The chocolates and confectionery products include Kit Kat, milky bar, and munch. The most important milk and milk products are Milkmaid, Milo, and Nescafe- a coffee drink.
3. GCMMF (AMUL)
Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd (GCMMF) is the country’s best FMCG in the food industry- markets Amul milk & milk products in India.
This was started by Anand of Gujarat in the year 1948 for the sake of farmers to stop the exploitation of farmers by the middlemen in terms of quality and price distribution. Today it is one of the most reputed and prestigious brand owned direct dealing of 3.6 million milk produces for their brand.
AMUL FMCG’s brands are Amul Ice cream, cheese, butter, bread, Paneer, Dahi, Ghee, Lactose-free milk, Mithai mate, and cheese.
4. ITC (Indian Tobacco Company)
ITC is a cigarette company that has five best businesses in India that includes FMCG products. The company was started in the year 1974 by Yogesh Chander from West Bengal.
Its major food brands are Aashirvad Aata, Sunfeast cookies, Bingo, Yipee noodles & pasta, Kitchen of India, best Rice products, spices, and salt.
5. Cadbury India for delicious chocolates
John Cadbury is the founder of Cadbury FMCG products. Its’ headquarters is in London, it joined hands with India for the Indian market.
The main products of Cadbury are DAIRY MILK, this is loved by all. During festival season dairy milk is the most important sweet in all families of India. Different flavors of Dairy milk chocolate products are available in the Indian Market.
6. Britannia Industries Ltd
Britannia is a FMCG Company that owns its brand of Britannia and Tiger brand biscuits and bakery confectionery products. Its headquarters are in Kolkata.
Britannia’s Portfolio in bakery confectionery includes Biscuits, Bread, Rusk, Cakes, Wonder Cakes, and Dairy products includes Cheese, Milk, Yoghurt, beverages, and Butter.
Many of the Indians grow with this Indian brand and it has been exported globally for the benefits of the people.
7. Procter & Gamble Hygiene and Health Care
P & G is an American Multinational company and also enters in India for its product expansion and business. This was started in the year 1837 by Protector & James Gamble
Some of its successful worldwide brands are Ariel, Duracell, Vicks, Olay, and Pampers.
8. Dabur India
Dabur is an Indian based company famous for its natural and Ayurvedic medicine. In FMCG products Dabur entered into Honey foods of Dabur which is always good for health and nutritious food.
Dabur is founded by Burman a Physician in the year 1884. Some of its FMCG products are homemade ginger garlic paste, honey, Real fruit juices, and beverages.
9. Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson Company headquarters in New Jersey, U.S.A. J & J is one of the leading sellers of consumer goods globally.
Its brand portfolio includes baby products, household items, and First aid supplies. The main brand of these products is Band-Aid bandages, baby soap, oil, cream, and Acuvue contact lenses.
10. Marico Industries Ltd
Marico is an Indian based company providing its products to its valued consumers. Their products include Health, beauty, personal care, and cooking oils.
Marico is the largest producer of everyday use of cooking refined oil, coconut oils and hair oils such as Saffola, parachute, Nihar, and other products include mediker, revive, set wet, Manjal, Hercules, etc.,
11. Godfrey Phillips India Ltd
Godfrey Phillips India is a leading Tobacco Manufacturer in India and abroad. It’s the company that first started its operation in the UK for tobacco. Some of its non-tobacco products include confectionery products, chewing products, and best mouth freshener products for kids and adults.
Apart from this, In India, they have close to 89 twenty-four hours of store for the convenience of the people and the products. The store contains groceries, food items, beverages, personal care, magazines, domestic and international couriers included.
12. Modi Revlon
Modi Revlon is a manufacturer of body care, hair care & cosmetic products in India from 1995. Its’ headquarters is in U.P.
Azim Premji an Indian is the founder of WIPRO. The company stated in 1945 begin their product sale in vegetable oils.
The other products include baby care products, consumer care products, Lighting, and general medical products are included in the list.
14. Godrej Consumer Products Ltd
Godrej is an Indian based company founded in the year 2001. Ardeshir Godrej is the founder of the company.
The portfolio of Godrej includes numerous household items that include hair care, personal care, and home care products for the sake of the people.
15. Parle Agro
Parle Agro Company is an Indian based company founded by Chauhan family in the year 1984 with headquarters in Mumbai.
Its FMCG portfolio includes beverages and fruit drinks of Appy, Fruity, packaged drinking water, nectar juices, and Bailey brands.
Parle-G is the most famous cookie product of Parle that is famous among Kids.
The companies and brands that are listed here are the best FMCGs with a high standard of production, manufacturing, supplies, packaging, quality, and quantity based. The growth of FMCG is constantly increasing the standard of living.