Thus started Ganguram, a legend in the past and present sweetmeat industry of Kolkata. From the setting up of the shop gradually he expanded innumerable branches in and around Kolkata. His Sweets became synonymous with Bengali Culture and most celebrations were not complete without the Sweets being supplied by Ganguram. He had the distinction of serving his range to International celebrities such as Queen Elizabeth of England, President of Bulgaria & Knischer of Russia and Honorable Chou En Lai of China and many more down the years. Ganguram's dream of building a brand consciousness in Sweets became a reality and today his later generations are proud of providing the traditional quality, trust, and never ending varieties of Sweets and Snacks to the people of Kolkata.
Today, they have over twenty outlets providing over 200 delicacies prepared daily in out mechanised factory in Kolkata which has qualified chemists to ensure the best food materials and ingredients go in to making our products. This is coupled with efficient production facilities managed by skilled labour, who are constantly developing newer and newer varieties of Sweets which were never made before with Chhena (Cottage Cheese), Kheer, Khowa or fried varieties. This process is being actively monitored and implemented by the Research and Development team.
Ganguram's products today are regularly being catered to reputed Corporate Houses, prestigious Government Organisations, 5-Star Hotels, Multi Cuisine Restaurants etc. They have the rare honour of being official suppliers to the Hon'ble Govt. of West Bengal's Residence & Secretariat.
They are planning to set up more manufacturing facilities in the State of West Bengal as there is a huge demand for their varied range of Sweets and Snacks. They are on the lookout to open mfg. facilities abroad too, provided we get sound proposals and business arrangements for the same. Their products are being taken abroad too by Tourists to their native places over the World.
Their products are bengali sweets, khoya sweets, dryfruit sweets, fried sweets, sandesh, mishti doi, snacks etc.
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