April 22, 2024

JGF, the Indian dairy exporter at Gulf Food Forum

Jayshri Gayatri Food Products (JGF), a leading packaged food manufacturer from India, is participating in the Gulf Food Forum. JGF also have a stand (F2-2) in the India Pavilion, Hall No. 2, where they are showcasing some of their innovative unconventional products range. 

Jayshri Gayatri Food Products (JGF) started by Kishan Modi in 2013 began its entrepreneurial journey by setting up a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Sehore – Madhya Pradesh, one of the best wheat cultivation regions of rural India.  JGF has established its exports business to the Middle East – Dubai, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Sharjah, Bahrain and many South East Asian countries like Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan. 

JGF has also been extremely successful in developing many co-branded dairy products with well-known multinational brands in the Middle East and Asian countries. Furthermore, JGF has been exporting its array of products under the brand names ‘Milk Magic’ and ‘Inde Chefs’ to countries such as the USA, New Zealand, Egypt, Jordan, Sri Lanka, and Mauritius. 

JGF takes immense pride in being the exclusive dairy products supplier to global brands in International Markets such as McDonald, Domino’s, Subway and Indian domestic market majors like ITC, Britannia, Anik Dairy, Vadilal, Top N Town, Kwality Wall’s, Tasty Bytes, Vista Food, Vimal Agro, Sanjeevani Agro Food among many other national and regional brands  across the country.

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