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Sanwaria Consumer Limited

Location : E-1/1, Arera Colony Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh - 462016
Phone : 1800-233-1224, +91-755-429-4878

Sanwaria Consumer Limited; A FMCG Food Processing company of the Sanwaria Group; BSE-NSE Listed; was incorporated in April 1991, by Lt. Shri Ram Narayan Agrawal and commenced its operations in 1993. It is one of the largest integrated food processors in India and is engaged in the business of manufacturing and selling of Rice, edible oil and staple food products like Pulses, Sugar, Soya Chunks, Wheat Flour, Rice Flour, Salt, Suji, Maida, Besan, Daliya, Soya Meal etc.

The Company started its voyage with the small Solvent extraction capacity of 200 TPD in Itarsi and thereafter it left no stone unturned. Currently the Company is having the capacity of 2500 TPD of Solvent Extraction Plant, Soya Refinery of 250 TPD and 500 TPD of Rice Milling Plant. It´s all units are situated in Madhya Pradesh; the heart of India; Registered Office is located in Bhopal and It´s a state where Soyabean, Paddy, Wheat are available in plenty along with Skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled labour. It is ISO 14001, 22000, GMP and Halal Certified and Government Recognized Export Trading House. The Company has a strong distribution network with reputable brands like Sanwaria, Narmada, Sulabh and Nashira.

The Company has ventured into direct retail by opening up ATM size retail outlets under the brand name ´Sanwaria Kirana´ to reach the end customer directly.

The Group has sustained exposure in manufacturing/processing/trading of Soya Products, Rice and rice related products, food grains and pulses. In Addition, the Company has marked it´s presence in international market for Import and Export for its various commodities and has a 100% Subsidiary in Singapore.

The Company has manufacturing units at 3 location ­ Mandideep, Itarsi and Betul, strategically located in the food production and consumption belt in India.

Recently, the Company was ranked 336th in amongst 1000 India´s finest Companies on the basis of Turnover by the "The Financial Express"