â€˜Make in India Award for Excellenceâ€™ is an initiative that recognizes valued contributions by indigenous businesses that are helping India establish its position as a global leader in manufacturing.
Creambell Ice cream, one of the leading players in the ice cream sector in the country was awarded the Make in India Award for Excellence 2015 at a glittering function held at Mahatma Mandir, Ghandinagar in Ahmedabad.
Creambell Ice cream, a division of Devyani Food Industries Ltd. has been awarded this prestigious award under the food and beverage category.
Pradeep Alagh, V.P. Sales, Creambell Ice Cream received the award from honorable Shri. Kalraj Mishra, Union Minister for MSME. The event was attended by Ministers from State & Central Government, senior officials from the Govt. sector, leading industrialists from Gujarat and across India.
‘Make in India Award for Excellence’ is an initiative that recognizes valued contributions by indigenous businesses that are helping India establish its position as a global leader in manufacturing.
It honours the contribution of companies, organizations, institutes, and individuals among others, who represent excellence in their chosen area of business engaged in the manufacturing sector.
Speaking on the award, Nitin Arora, CEO, Creambell Ice Cream said, “It is an honour to receive this prestigious award. At Creambell Ice-cream we not only believe in “Make in India” but are constantly striving to achieve world class standards of quality. We understand the linkage of Make in India with economic development of the nation. We are the youngest ice cream brand in India and are proud to be among the top 5 brands in the ice cream sector in the country, catering to various consumer age groups, taste profiles and at varied price points across the country.”
Launched in 2003, Creambell is one of the fastest growing ice cream brands in the India and amongst the top five ice cream producers of the country. Creambell Ice Cream is a brand of Devyani Food Industries Ltd [a Ravi Jaipuria promoted company] and part of the RJ Corp. which has a turnover of over $1.3 Bn.