- March 27, 2019 / 2 min readRecently, Cornitos has launched newer versions of nachos, including quinoa, beetroot and spinach flavours.
Cornitos, the home-grown nacho brand, is aiming a turnover of Rs 200 crore in the next five years as it expands its product portfolio.
Vikram Agarwal, Managing Director, Greendot Health Foods Private Limited (Cornitos), stated, "The idea was to bring more and more healthier options to the consumers. Nachos are made of 100 per cent corn. The technology is brought from the United States, but the product is made in accordance with the Indian taste and pallet. The product is gluten-free and made with corn oil, which is very good for health."
Recently, Cornitos has launched newer versions of nachos, including quinoa, beetroot and spinach flavours. This has brought the total number of Cornitos’ variants to 14 flavours.
The Faridabad-based company has two manufacturing units in Roorkee and Uttarakhand.
"These two units have 2,000 tonnes of annual production capacity, and in the next five years, a turnover of Rs 200 crore is what we want to achieve. The additional products, including roasted nuts and seeds of pumpkin and sunflower, have also been added to the portfolio," Agarwal added.
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