Ice Creams have a huge popularity among the youth of India. Presently, many companies are offering a wide range of ice creams in a variety of tastes. Ice cream industry is changing very fast and a majority of the old, as well as the new ice cream brands, are earning good profits in India.
The ice cream industry in India is worth Rs. 2,000 crores which make it a potentially good market for the new and small players. Below is the list of 10 most selling Ice cream brands in India.
Without any doubt, Amul is the leading ice-cream brand in India. It has a very strong network in the Indian market. Amul has a wide range of products like milk, milk powder, cheese, ghee, butter, buttermilk, shrikhand, paneer, cream, chocolate, flavoured milk, gulab jamuns and so on. ALong with the quality, its creative advertising has also played a major role in the growth of Amul over the years.
Baskin-Robbins is the world’s largest ice cream chain. It was started in the year 1945 and captures the international market with more than 5,800 locations and over 30 countries.
3. Kwality Walls
This Indian ice cream company was started in 1956 and now is a part of Hindustan Unilever. Cornetto cone is the most popular product from Kwality walls.
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4. Mother Dairy
Mother Dairy started selling ice- creams from 1995 and before this it was already a successful dairy brand. Mother dairy has more than 14,000 retail outlets and 845 exclusive outlets.
Started in Ahmedabad, today Vadilal is the second largest ice cream brand of India. It offers a wide range of ice creams with more than 150 flavours.
Started in 2003, Creambell ice cream is available in around 19 states of India including 40 top cities.
Nirula’s is the oldest fast food chain in India. Today, Nirula’s sells confectionery, bakery, ice cream and cheese products.
Top n town has a variety of ice creams such as sundaes, shooters and shakes in 8 Indian states namely-Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Orissa, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal.