Top FMGC stocks to invest this year
Fast Moving Consumer Goods are products that are
comparatively low-cost and easily sold in consumer markets, or FMCG in short.
The fourth largest segment of the
Indian economy is the FMCG industry.
FMGC industry is the growing pillar of indian economy which is expected to move rapidly
in next upcoming years.
The vast majority of the population relies
on FMCG corporations to fulfil these basic needs.
FMCG goods are those that are very easy
to buy, high in volume but low in cost.
Examples include kitchen products, counter medications, clothing,
personal care items, stationery and consumer electronics.
Here is the list of top 5 FMCG companies in India:-
1) Hindustan Unilever [CMP-2393] :-
It is India’s biggest FMCG firm
with a revenue of ~ 40511 crore.
For 80 years, it has
controlled India’s household commodity market.
Personal treatment, home care
and refreshment goods are some of is manufactured items.
Surf Excel, Rin, Wheel, Sunshine, Vim, Pureit, Lux, Lifebuoy, Dove, Fair & Lovely, Pond’s, Vaseline, Clinic Plus, Sunsilk, Indulekha, Lakmé,
Pepsodent, Closeup, Axe, Brooke Bond, BRU, Kwality Wall’s, Knorr and Kissan are some of the popular brands of Hindustan Uniliver Limited.
2) ITC Limited [CMP- 213.85] :-
This 110-year-old FMCG organisation has
a turnover of around 51321 crore.
It was known as the Imperial Tobacco Company in 1910,
and later changed its name to the Indian Tobacco Company.
Meat, Personal Care, Cigarettes and Cigars, Branded Clothing, Education & Stationery Goods, Incense Sticks and
Safety Matches, Hotels, Paperboards, and Packaging, Agri-Business, and even Information Technology are part of the company business operation.
3) Nestlé India Limited [CMP- 14,450.70] :-
It is the biggest food
and beverage company in the country.
Nestlé India is India’s
third largest FMCG firm.
It has 4 branches and
8 production units throughout the country.
Nestle is a global food
and beverage conglomerate based in Switzerland.
The organisation has been around
internationally for more than 150 years.
In India, Nestle dates back to 1912, when it
started working as the Nestle Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company.
They fulfil the food and
health needs of Indian customers.
In 2016, 33 firms were ranked on
the Forbes list of the biggest public companies.
4) Britannia Industries Limited [CMP- 3573] :-
This 100-year-old company owns India’s most famous food brands:
Good Day, Tiger, NutriChoice, Milk Bikis and Marie Gold, etc.
The food range of Britannia includes biscuits, bread, cookies, rusk,
and milk items such as cheese, drinks, milk, and yoghurt.
Britannia has an income
of 11211 crore for last financial year.
The Britannia Industry Limited Ethics has
been encapsulated in their motto, “Eat Well.
Britannia has successfully eliminated 8500 tonnes of Trans Fats from
their goods and is India’s first Zero Trans Fat Company.
About 50% of the company’s products are enriched
with nutrients that are vital to the body.
5) Godrej Consumer Products Limited [CMP-739.69] :-
The Godrej Group has cemented its status as one of the strongest
FMCGs on the Indian market, a history that stretches back 120 years.
Godrej has served 1,15 million
customers worldwide across various companies.
It ranks first in household insecticides and fresher air
products in India and second in soaps in India.
Some of their biggest brands are Good Night, Godrej Professional, Cinthol, B-Blunt,
Hit, Protekt, Godrej Aer, Frika, Soft and Gentle, Ilicit Paint, Cuticura, and Ezee.
Godrej is also a leading player in the United Kingdom as
one of the leading manufacturers of hand sanitizers and female deodorants.
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