Top 10 Best FMCG Companies in India

Indian FMCG companies (Fast Moving Consumer Goods Companies) is growing at a high rate and increasing the market value of their products not only in the country but also internationally. It is the 4th largest division in Indian economy. Here are the top players among the FMCG companies.

10.ITC Limited

Established in 1901, it is one of the oldest FMCG companies in India. Being the top producer of cigarette brands in the country, they also extensively produce paperboards & Speciality Papers, Packaged Foods & Confectionery, safety matches, branded apparels, stationery, personal care, and other tobacco and FMCG products. The annual sale of this company is about 29901 crore INR.

9.Hindustan Unilever Ltd

The co-ownership of Hindustan Vanaspati Mfg. Co. Ltd, United Traders Ltd, and Unilever established HUL in 1932. They produce beverages, personal care products, foods, and cleaning agents such as Bru, Taj Mahal tea, Lakme, Fair & Lovely, Kissan Products, Surf excel etc. The company has more than 2 million retailers across the country with 6.4 million outlets has a 4 billion dollar turnover.


A 17.08 billion dollar company is one of the leading FMCG companies in India. It is one of the best personal care, health care, and household products, with their oral products being top selling in India. The company established in 1937, is part of American multinational company.


One of the leading FMCG companies in India set up in 1959, as part of Nestle S.A in Switzerland. Their products include dairy, coffee, chocolates and other food products. Some of the favorite products of this firm are Everyday, Nescafe, Milkmaid, KitKat, and Maggi. Their mission is to give the customers with good food and good life. The company’s annual sales is across 91 crores INR.

6.Britannia Industries Limited

This established company is famous for its biscuits, cakes, bread, rusk and some dairy products. With a long story to tell from 1892, it is one of the India’s most trusted brands. The company had an annual turnover of over 73 million dollars and established itself as the Biscuit King in the market.

5.Marico Limited

This leading FMCG Company is the manufacturer of personal care products and food products. Since its establishment in 1987, the company maintains its trust with it customers by providing them the best skin care, edible oil, fabric care, hair oils, etc. Some of the best products of Marico are saffola, Nihar, Parachute Advanced, Mediker.

4.Procter & Gamble

This America Multinational company established in India in 1964 is manufacturers of cleaning agents and personal care products such as Tide, Ambipur, Ariel, Oral-B, Gillette, Vicks, and Wella. With 83 million dollar turnover, it is one of the leading FMCG companies in India and also in the world.

3.Godrej Group

This leading producer of soaps, liquid detergents, hair colorants, and toiletries, spread its production to wide varieties of products. The products are of affordable price and good quality. Some of the famous brands of this group are Godrej Fairglow, Godrej powder hair dye, Cinthol, Godrej Shikakai and Godrej No.1.

2.Parle Agro

Found in 1984, it is one of the best FMCG companies in food production. Their top selling products include Frooti, Bailey, Hippo, and Appy Fizz. With 1 billion dollar turnover, the company is most trusted companies with Indian Origin.


The Indian dairy industry is mostly ruled by Amul. Not only is Amul the largest dairy product selling company in India, but also one of the most trusted and high quality maintained company, who sells their products at affordable prices. Established in Gujarat in 1946, the company’s annual turnover is around 2.15 billion dollars, one of the highest among FMCG companies in India.

These FMCG companies contribute a significant share in the economic growth of India. Some of the Indian firms are giving a tight competition to multinational corporations. Those with more traditional and ayurvedic products is gaining popularity. More and more customers rely on such products. Increasing awareness, easier approach, and also change in standard of living have been the important growth factors for the sector.