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LT Foods Ltd

  • Strong global network in more than 50 countries across the globe.
  • ISO 22000-2005 certified.
  • Recognized as Star Trading House by Government of India.

LT Foods employ around 900 employees in India and abroad. The company’s flagship brand ‘Dawaat’ launched in 1980’s is now recognized as the leading brand in the industry.

The company has a strong nationwide distribution network in the domestic market that sells products such as branded rice, wheat and pulses, healthy snacks, spices and other value-added products like brown flex seeds and cashew nuts.

To enhance its market position, the company has always strived to bring new food products like fast cooking brown rice, and various rice based snacks for its consumers. For backend support, the company has set up a flour mill in Bhopal with an expandable capacity of 300 tons a month. It has also set up a re-packaging center (RPC) in Maharastra.

The company has got many recognitions and accolades for its high quality standards developed in-house. The largest plant of the company situated at Bahalgarh has received ISO 14000 certification by SGS. On the other hand, the company’s Bhopal plant is ISO 22000-2005 certified for ‘Paddy receiving, processing, packing and dispatch of Rice’ by SGS, UK.

Source: http://www.ltoverseas.com/index.php?module=knowus#knowus

LT Foods Ltd: Customer delight through value added agri business

2011 Forays into silo storage.
2006 Received “Udyog Ratna” by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry for valuable contribution to Economic Development of Haryana.
2005 Won the India Star Award from Indian Institute of Packaging.
1996 Certificate of merit awarded by Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) for notable contribution in the export of Indian long grain rice.
1994 Converted into a private ltd company.
1990 The company was incorporated.

Updated: March, 2015

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