Wipro acquires packaged food and spices brand Nirapara
With this acquisition, Wipro Consumer Care joins FMCG firms such as Dabur, Emami, Tata Consumer Products Ltd and ITC, which are already present in the spices market.
Launched in 1976, Nirapara is known for its blended spices. The brand leads in producing a large variety of spice mixes, and rice powder used in making 'appam', 'idiyappam', etc.
"Nirapara is our 13th acquisition and gives us a clear foothold in the spices and read-to-cook segment,"
Presently, Nirapara's 63 per cent of business comes from Kerala, 8 per cent from the rest of
Wipro Consumer Care and Lighting and Executive Director - Wipro Enterprises Anil Chugh said there is a huge opportunity in this space for shifting consumers from an unorganized to an organized market by offering authentic, pure and trusted spice mixes.
Wipro Consumer Care and Lighting, a part of Wipro Enterprises, is among the fastest-growing FMCG businesses in India.
The company recorded a revenue of Rs 8,630 crore in FY22 and its business includes personal wash products, toiletries, facial care products, wellness products, home care products, electrical wire devices, domestic and commercial lighting and seating solutions.
It has a strong brand presence with a significant market share across segments in India, Southeast Asia, the
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