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About Us

Since 1929, we have grown to
become India's leading
manufacturer of biscuits and
confectionery.

As the makers of the world's largest selling biscuit, Parle-G, and a host of other very popular brands, the Parle name symbolizes
quality, nutrition and superior taste.

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An in-depth understanding of the Indian consumer psyche has helped us develop a marketing philosophy that reflects the needs of the Indian masses. We have made it a tradition to deliver both health and taste, with a value-for-money positioning that allows people from all classes and age groups to enjoy Parle products to the fullest.

With a reach spanning the remotest villages of India and major cities across the world, the House of Parle has become synonymous with trust, globally.

Parle's Legacy

Since 1929, Parle has been a name that you can trust.

Discover our story and experience the exciting moments
and milestones.

1928-30

Mr. Mohanlal Dayal founded the House of Parle in 1928

Our first factory was set up in 1929 with just 12 people making confectionery.

1931-40

Parle-G is born!

We baked our first biscuit in 1938: Parle Gluco

1941-45

Say hello to salty crackers.

We introduced Monaco, India’s first salted cracker.

1946-50

Leading the way in Technology

We created India's longest oven - 250 feet long!

1951-60

Say 'Cheese'!

With the launch of Cheeslings in 1956, the nation found a new way to enjoy cheese snacks.

1961-65

Parle gets a whole lot sweeter!

Our confectionery range expanded with Kismi in 1963 and Poppins in 1966.

1966-70

Jeffs are launched

For fans of savoury snacks, we created Parle Jeffs

1971-75

Winning over the world!

We received our first Monde Selection Award in 1971.

1976-80

A little sweet, a little salty!

In 1974, we introduced the original sweet and salty biscuit, Krackjack.

1981-85

Parle Gluco rechristened to Parle-G

Parle Gluco became Parle-G, where G stood for Glucose.

1986-90

An expanded range of toffees and candies

We launched the chocolately Melody in 1983 and India's first mango candy Mango Bite in 1986.

1991-00

A little indulgence goes a long way

Hide & Seek, India's most loved moulded chocolate chip biscuits were introduced in 1996.

2000

Growing with India and on Indians

We are a symbol of quality, nutrition and trust across generations.