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With an aim to bring authentic Indian delicacies to Maharashtra, Bikanervala Foods Pvt Ltd, India’s leading Sweets and Snacks manufacturer, has launched its first Sweet Shop-cum-Restaurant outlet at Vashi-(Sector -19C )in Navi Mumbai, the one-stop food shop situated in a strategic cosmopolitan area to cater to the younger generation as well as the family.The Vashi outlet of the company — laid out in a three-storey swanky building covering 8,000 sq feet area with state of art interior and design unique in itself — will have a classical offering of variety of sweets and be place for dining offering North Indian, South Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine along with world-famous chaat, snacks and Farsan, showcasing more than 200 products for Mumbaikar’s to enjoy.
Mr. Shyam Sunder Aggarwal, Managing Director, Bikanervala Foods Pvt Ltd, while tracing the heritage of Bikanervala, expressed immense pleasure at launching their first Sweet Shop-cum-Restaurant in Vashi, Navi Mumbai today. He expressed his gratitude to the Mumbaikars for their support. He said he was confident that Bikanervla will satisfy the felt need of the customers from all segments of society and all age groups.
Mr. Suresh Goel, Chief Executive Officer of Bikanervala Foods Pvt Ltd, spoke about the future expansion plans of the company. He informed that several more outlets were lined up to be opened by June 2017 and the next destinations are Jaipur, Singapore and the US.
He also informed that plans were afoot to cover UK, Australia, Canada, Bangkok and other major destinations around the globe during the next three years, in addition to Dubai, Nepal and New Zealand where Bikanervala is already present.
Bikanervla Sweet Shop-cum-Restaurants will also score a century from the present tally of 71.
Mr. Suresh Goel also informed that BFPL’s flagship company is also engaged in manufacturing of Packed Snacks and Namkeen/Farsan under its brand Bikano with state of art manufacturing in place. Its packed products are sold in India as well as more than 32 countries across the globe. The group has expansion plans of Rs 250 crore during the next three years with most of the funding coming from its own cash-generation.
He expressed confidence that Mumbai will relish the more than 200 products under different categories that the Sweet Shop-cum-Restaurant outlet at Vashi has on offer and Maharashtra will welcome many more such stores in the state.