Top 10 FMCG Companies in Pakistan

FMCG stands for fast moving consumer goods. The goods that are used by consumer frequently are listed under the category of FMCG. As the modernization in Pakistan is coming along with development, the consumer demand for different goods like beverages, ready-made foods etc are also coming into notice. In this situation FMCG consists of mostly the goods that are eatables. If we look around in our homes there are many daily usable things that belong to these companies. The company names are as follows.

Top 10 FMCG Companies in Pakistan

Top 10 FMCG Companies in Pakistan

  • Unilever Pakistan

Unilever Pakistan is providing Pakistani people with large range of household products. Every person has many things belonging to this multinational company in their use.

  • Danpak

Danpak is a largest company of Pakistan proving with the products that taste sweet. It is working since 1986.  It is making Pakistan sweet.

  • Habib Oil Mills

Habib oil mills as we all know is very popular eatable oil producing company. It has been proving with eatable oil since long time.

  • Reckitt And Benckisier

Reckitt and benckisier is also like proctor and gamble a multinational company proving consumer goods according to taste of Pakistani people.

  • Nestle

Nestle is the most trusted company when it comes to health and nutrition concern. Nestle is ensuring all the health safety they can in production of their company. And they have made a distinct place in market as well as people’s heart.

  • Proctor And Gamble

Proctor and gamble is the multinational company that has designed their products for consumer of every age and gender. They are putting Pakistani’s on ease.

  • Shezan:

Shezan is the Pakistani company providing the beverages to the people. The company is doing their best to provide quality products since 1964.

  • Kohinoor Mills;

Kohinoor mills are the textile company providing best quality cloth. Kohinoor mills are doing the business of textile manufacturing covering weaving, bleaching, dyeing, buying and selling and otherwise dealing in yarn, cloth and other goods and fabrics made from raw cotton

Tahir Malik

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