Restaurant Franchise Opportunities

launch Oct, 24 2013

Mukesh Ambani forays into Food Biz

Reliance Industries to partner with UK based company.

By Franchise India Bureau
Mukesh Ambani forays into Food Biz

Mukesh Ambani- Reliance Industries plans to open a chicken restaurant chain in India in partnership with a UK-based company. The restaurant chain would be called as 'Chicken came First' will directly compete with KFC the world's most popular chicken restaurant chain.

RIL has picked up a 45% equity stake in Two Sisters Foods India (TSFI), which belongs to 2 Sisters Food Group (2SFG). 2SFG, the third largest food company in UK, supplies poultry, red meat, fish, and bakery and chilled/frozen products to the retail, food service and food manufacturing sectors.

Two Sisters Foods India (TSFI), in which RIL has taken a 45% stake, will supply chilled and frozen foods at its food & grocery outlets. It will later tap the Rs 7,000 crore food services market by setting up its 'Chicken came First' restaurants, which plans to customise its menu to cater to Indian taste buds.

Related: Costa Coffee launches its Festive Season menu

Click Here to add Comment
Please add your Comment
Sell Business 2017
Sell Franchise 2017


Magazines & Books

Read the latest franchising magazines and books to get comprehensive and up-to-date information on leading franchise systems, trends and more.

Recommended For You
Newsletter Signup
Submit your email address to receive the latest updates on news & host of opportunities.
Restaurant India

Copyright © 2009 - 2017 Franchise India Holdings Ltd.

The information contained herein is of generic nature only, and Franchise India is not, by means of this website or any part thereof, rendering professional advice or services. Before making any decision or taking any action that might affect your finances or business, you should consult a qualified professional advisor. Your use of this website or any of its pages or links given, is at your own risk and you assume full responsibility and risk of loss resulting from your usage. With respect to use of the website, kindly visit