Patanjali is taking over the entire Ayurveda industry
Until a few years back, herbal product markets in India had just two names to reckon for,
Yoga guru Baba Ramdev's Patanjali Ayurved has set on a wave of Ayurveda love in the country, which has resulted in it being a successful business model using traditional products and the ancient system of medicine.
This wave has also inspired the other two companies to pull up their socks and cash on to the increading popularity of Ayurvedic products.
The reason why some of these companies dealing in Ayurvedic products, like Vicco, Sandu,
This success of Patanjali Ayurved has inspired other gurus like Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, Ram Rahim as well as Aurobindo Ashram to enter the consumer segment with Ayurveda-centric products.
However, Kolkata-based Baidyanath is of the opinion that they don’t need to rival Patanjali,
Coming back to Patanjali, why a company the originated in 1997 as a small pharmacy has reached these heights? The reason is the nonconventional approach of catering to categories like noodles, oats and detergents.
"What we have done is consistently focused on quality and pricing. Ask consumers about our product quality. Why are repeat purchases coming? It's because of the quality we are offering consumers," said SK Tijarawala, spokesperson of
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