Here is a List of Leading Brands of Biscuits in India .The following are the main brands of biscuits in India:

1.) Parle Products Pvt. Ltd  ( 40% Market share ) 

Founded in 1929, Parle Products Pvt. Ltd is one of India’s leading biscuit companies. The corporation has 7 of its own manufacturing units and 51 contracted manufacturing units. This company’s well-known brands include Parle – G, Krackjack, Hide & Seek Milano, Hide and Seek, Magix, and Monaco, which account for 30 to 35 percent of the biscuit industry’s market share.

In India, Parle has been one of the most popular biscuit brands over the past eight decades. According to popular belief, Parle-G is the most popular biscuit brand in the world. Its cookies offer an excellent blend of quality, flavour, and nutrition. Even in remote villages, Parle biscuits can be found.

Currently, the company holds a 40% part of the Indian biscuit market and is a multimillion dollar enterprise. However, according to the most recent data from 2021, Parle-G retains a 27 percent market share.

The brands of biscuits offered by Parle are as follows:

  • Parle G
  • Nimkin
  • Krackjack
  • 20-20 Cookies
  • Monaco-Salted Craker
  • Golden Arcs
  • Kreams
  • Festo
  • Hide & Seek Choco Chips
  • Top
  • Hide & Seek Milano
  • Happy Happy
  • Hide & Seek Bourbon
  • Hide & Seek Fab
  • Parle Actifit Digestive Marie
  • Magix
  • Parle Marie
  • Coconut Cookies
  • Milk Shakti

2. ) Britannia Industries Ltd.  ( 28% Market share ) 

Headquartered in Bangalore, is widely regarded as one of India’s leading biscuit brands. The company was founded in 1892 and has maintained a prominent role in the Indian biscuit sector, particularly with its most popular brand, Tiger, to the present day.

Britannia is currently one of India’s largest brands and the top food-related brand. It is well-known for its innovative approach to product development and marketing. It is one of the top 200 smallest companies in the world, according to Forbes Global, and the second most trusted brand in India. The most recent numbers from 2021 indicate that Britannia enjoys a 28 percent market share.

The following are its many brands within the area of biscuits:

  • Pure Magic
  • Treat
  • Britannia Cookies
  • Tiger
  • Nutri Choice
  • Good Day
  • Time Pass
  • Bourbon
  • Little Hearts
  • 50-50
  • Nice Time
  • Marie Gold

3.)Priya Gold Biscuits

Priya Gold is a division of Surya Foods & Agro Ltd, which was founded in November 1992. In October 1993, the company began its commercial operations, which included marketing and manufacturing cookies under the brand name Priya Gold.

The different biscuits and cookies offered by Priya Gold include:

  • Italiano Cookies
  • Glucose V
  • Chatpatta Jeera and Cashew
  • Butter Bite
  • Cheez Bit
  • Cheese Cracker
  • CNC
  • Marie Lite

4.) Anmol

Anmol Particularly popular in eastern and northern India are biscuits. It has two world-class production facilities in Noida and Dankuni, West Bengal. These are its primary products:

  • Lemon Mazaa
  • Dil Khush
  • Funfill Choco Vanilla
  • Dream Lite
  • Yummy – Milk Cream
  • E-Time
  • Veg Munch
  • Marie Time
  • 2 in 1
  • Snackles
  • Butter Bake
  • Milk Made
  • Cream Cracker
  • Bakersville


5.) Horlicks

Since the introduction of Horlicks Biscuits in 1992, the brand has gained in popularity. These are popular with both children and their parents. The biscuits are available in elaichi and normal flavours, and each bag contains 100 percent calcium. However, the most recent statistics indicate that Horlicks biscuits hold a 14.3% market share.



CREMICA is one of northern India’s most popular biscuit brands. Primarily, its products fall into four categories: crackers, cookies, cream biscuits, and glucose biscuits. The company is constructing a new plant in Himachal Pradesh that will have a monthly capacity of 5,000 tonnes. This factory will be fully automated and is expected to be among the best in the nation.

It is also part of the Indian government’s initiative to make fortified biscuits for Afghan citizens. The entire operation is being administered by the World Food Organization. In addition, it has been tasked with exporting biscuits to Iraq as part of the World Food Program.

7.) Sunfeast Biscuits 

ITC’s Sunfeast brand of cookies was introduced in July 2003. Initially, the company sold glucose, Marie, and cream biscuits. The following are the prominent Sunfeast brands:

  • Sunfeast Milky Magic
  • Sunfeast Dream Cream
  • Sunfeast Marie Light
  • Sunfeast Snacky
  • Sunfeast Dark Fantasy
  • Sunfeast sweet ‘n salt
  • Sunfeast Dark Fantasy Choco Fills
  • Sunfeast Nice

8.) Biskfarm

In 2000, Biskfarm was formed. It is mostly found in the North Eastern and Eastern regions of India, as well as a few regions in the Southern, Northern, and Central regions. It is one of the top three bakery brands in all markets where it has a significant presence.

The following goods can be categorised as Bisk Farm biscuits:

  • Sweet
  • Countlines
  • Semi Sweet
  • Creams
  • Crackers



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