Hamdard plans Rs 100-150 Cr investment in food park cluster at Haryana

Hamdard Foods to develop manufacturing facilities in the next 1 to 2 years

The Hamdard Group has signed a definitive agreement with the Reliance Model Economic Township (MET) City to build the Hamdard Food Park Cluster (HFPC) at Jhajjar in Haryana. MET City, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), is developing a world-class greenfield Smart City near Gurugram, Haryana.

According to Reliance, Hamdard is envisaging to develop the Hamdard Food Park Cluster (HFPC) to manufacture some of its core foods categories on approximately 10 acres of land at MET City. They are planning to spend about Rs 100 to 150 crore in the first phase development of its manufacturing facilities.

The project includes a honey processing plant and similar product manufacturing facilities; a spices manufacturing plant for various pure, whole and blended spices under the brand of “Hamdard Khaalis” spices; edible oil processing and filling facilities for oils like Mustard Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil & Soya Oil; extruded products processing and manufacturing facilities for Vermicelli, Soya Chunks; and beverages filling and packing for the products like dairy drinks, still juices, carbonated drinks.

Vaibhav Mittal, Head Business Development, MET City, said, “Hamdard Group will be a force multiplier for MET City in its journey of becoming a global destination for investments in India. With 400+ customers, MET City is on its way of becoming a platform for not only established large companies but also for small and medium sized companies.”

Read Previous

Mama Mia launches first-ever gelato macarons in India

Read Next

Food startup The Whole Truth secures $15 M in Series B funding round

Leave a Reply