Hain Celestial forms joint venture in India

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Future Consumer Ltd. brands
Future Group has 27 brands in more than 65 categories.

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. — The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. has established a strategic joint venture between its subsidiary Hain Tilda India Private Ltd. and Future Consumer Ltd., the food and consumer goods arm of Future Group based in Mumbai, India, with the purpose to manufacture, market and distribute natural and organic products under Hain Celestial brands, including Terra, Garden of Eatin’, Sensible Portions, Dream and Earth’s Best in India. Hain Tilda will continue to market and distribute products under the Tilda brand.

Irwin Simon, Hain Celestial
Irwin D. Simon, founder, president and c.e.o. of Hain Celestial

“We are pleased to expand our presence in India with the Future Group,” said Irwin D. Simon, founder, president and chief executive officer of Hain Celestial. “Rajnish Ohri, our managing director in India, and his team will work together with Future Group to provide us with an opportunity to grow distribution of Hain Celestial’s brands and products throughout India with its growing population and our focus on families in a more meaningful way.” 

Future Group has 27 brands in more than 65 categories, including basic foods, ready-to-eat meals, snacks and beverages.

Kishore Biyani, Future Consumer Ltd.
Kishore Biyani, group c.e.o. of Future Group.
“Hain Celestial is one of the most respected companies in the organic and natural segment, and we are excited to establish this partnership with Hain Tilda in India,” said Kishore Biyani, group chief executive officer, Future Group. “Together, we will be able to provide Indian consumers with products that set the standards for good taste and are healthful, too.” 
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