Namdhari’s Group targets 3500 metric tonnes exports in FY23


Planning an investment of Rs 50 crores in Hyderabad over the next 24 months

Bengaluru-based Namdhari’s Group is expecting to increase its exports business from around 2500 MT in FY 22 to 3500 MT in FY 23. Namdhari’s has established its presence as a significant player in quality seeds for international and domestic markets and fresh fruits and vegetables for exports.

It grows strawberries, blueberries, personalised sized and seedless watermelons, a variety of melons, specialty vegetables like lettuce, baby vegetables, micro-greens, orange-flesh sweet potato, butternut squash, a variety of tomatoes, gourds, cucumber, chilli and okra among others. The company has a 200-acre farm in Bidadi, near Bangalore houses Namdhari’s R&D centre. The R&D department in Namdharis houses molecular biology, tissue culture, plant pathology labs. Additionally, the company has research and trial stations in different parts of the country.  More than 30 scientists are employed in this department.  

Namdhari’s Group is aiming to become a leading regional player in the state before expanding its operations to Hyderabad. The company is planning an investment of Rs. 50 crores in Hyderabad over the next 24 months to set up 5 Simpli Namdhari’s experience stores, growing facilities and stand-alone Simpli Food stores.

The company is also planning dairy subscriptions. Namdhari’s also have their own house brands which include a baked range of snacks, less fried range of snacks, the ready to pick and go food, ready to cook at home food and the dairy range of products including milk.


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