In Bangladesh, biscuits are often consumed as a snack. The evening tea and conversation with friends and family has always been great.
And so, Bangladesh’s biscuit sector has steadily grown over the years. The local biscuit sector is currently worth between Tk 5,000 crore and Tk 6,000 crore, and it is expanding at a rate of 15% per year. Although well-known businesses have a strong presence on the market. Many local bakeries provide a substantial number of biscuits to the industry, alongside the major manufacturers. But we have chosen 10 Bangladeshi biscuit and bread firms that provide both domestic and international markets.
01.Olympic Industries Limited
The largest producer, seller, and marketer of biscuits in Bangladesh at the moment is Olympic Industries. It kept up the excellence from 1979 and grew to be very well-known. It still has a legacy. Because clients have high expectations of Olympic, they have been putting a lot of emphasis on ensuring their satisfaction. They have a lot of loyal customers as a result of this. Furthermore, they constantly introduce new product lines.
Olympic cookies such Energy Plus, Tip, Choco Marie, Nutty, Marie Gold, Coconut, Milk Marie, Pineapple, etc. are among the most often consumed. Olympic does produce confectionery, candy, and other snack foods, though. They offer a bakery line, three candy lines, and a total of seven biscuit product lines.
Olympic Industries has a market share of about 30% in the industrialized and organized biscuit market, according to a report from EBL. In FY18, total revenue reached $154.4 mn, with net margins falling from the previous year primarily as a result of a change in accounting policy and a corporate reorganization of the sales and marketing departments. This caused selling expenses to rise by $2.03 mn in order to achieve better performance over the long term.
From 2012 to 2016, Olympic Industries’ net profit margin increased by 13.72% CAGR, and its gross profit margin increased by 7% CAGR. This growth was mostly the result of aggressive efforts to increase production efficiency and take advantage of economies of scale. The company has been working to vertically integrate its supply chain to overcome the obstacles to reaching full automation in order to sustain these profit margins while growing and introducing new product lines.
- Address: Head Office, Amin Court, 6th Floor, 62-63 Motijheel C/A
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +88 09-606565228
- Web: http://olympicbd.com
02. Nabisco Bread and Biscuits Limited
One of the most well-known and established cookie brands in Bangladesh is Nabisco. It was a well-known brand in the 1980s and 1990s. It began its journey in Bangladesh in 1983 as a privately owned business.
They primarily manufacture bread, cakes, biscuits, and confectionery goods. Nabisco sells low-cost biscuits in 26 different varieties that are well-liked in Bangladesh’s rural communities.
Nabisco maintains a low-price strategy in comparison to other brands, which has helped it become very well-liked in the country’s rural areas. Nabisco’s main selling point is its low-price strategy, which enables them to attract clients from the lowest and lower-middle classes.
Nabisco, on the other hand, produces delicious and nutritious biscuits for all demographics. The main ingredient in all 26 varieties of the biscuits is glucose. Pineapple Biscuits, Crunchies, Ghee Biscuits, Milk Cream, Elachi, and more items are also available.
- Address: 77 Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Ave, Dhaka 1213
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: +88 02-8878952
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.comNabisco
03. Pran Foods Ltd
One of the most popular brands of biscuits in Bangladesh, despite entering the market later. Different biscuits and baked goods are available. When it first opened its doors, Pran Foods’ primary mission was to feed people of all socioeconomic backgrounds with safe, nutritious options. Pran’s biscuits and other baked goods are often made with ingredients supplied from within the country.
Products from the Pran bakery are marketed under their own label. Their 2006 debut of the All-Time brand has seen it expand throughout Bangladesh’s rural areas. Bisk Club Funcrack, Bisk Club Masala Rusk, Mama Creamy Crunch, Bisk Club Nice Biscuit, Bisk Club Jeera Bite Biscuit, All Time Cookies, All Time Cookies Biscuits, and more are just a few of the many delicious Pran biscuits available.
In addition, they make cakes, buns, and bread all at the same time. In contrast, the All-Time controls 60% of the regional market.
- Address: PRAN Center, 105 Middle Badda
Dhaka – 1212, Bangladesh
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +880-2222281792 Ext-345, +880-2-8835546
- Web: https://www.pranfoods.net
04. Haque Food Industries Limited
It is a family-run company that was founded in 1947 and has since dominated the market with its Mr. Cookie cookie. A.T. Haque is the owner of Haque Food Industries, which only deals in food items. 26 different types of biscuits and cookies, as well as three different kinds of candy, are available.
Haque Food has been on market for a while, but they were unable to maintain a larger market share. They only have 5% of the market at the moment.
Food products are worked with by the company, including chocolate, wafers, chips, and biscuits. The factory is in the Tejgaon industrial district. Haque is location to the well-known HASS-HECRONA, NISHIN RYOKI, and BAKER PERKINGS machines, which are used to make biscuits here. Here, you can find Mr. Cookies, Digestive Biscuits, Bourbon Biscuits, Mr. Energy Biscuits, Cream Crackers Biscuits, Fata Futty Biscuits, Choco Nutty Biscuits, Lemon Chocolate Biscuits, etc. Additionally, we have Japanese N. P. Machine-made Pillow Chips, Tarzan and Jane Chips, etc.
- Cookies & Bakery
- Chocolate & Wafer
- Address: 37,Sahid Tajuddinn Ahmed Sarani, Tejgaon (New)
340-341, Tejgaon Industrial Area (Old), Dhaka-1208, Bangladesh.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone : +88-02-8891540
- Web: https://www.athaque.com
05. Bangas Limited
In 1979, the Bangas set out on their quest. Nevertheless, they’ve had consistent expansion over time. When new competitors entered the market, they too encountered problems. With the help of their new factory, they were able to weather the financial storm of 2009. After the factory was up and running, Bangas branched out into new product categories. The consequence was a return to profitable expansion for the business.
Grand Choice, Pineapple are the most well-liked Bangas biscuits. There are many to choose from, including Mr. Bite, Choco Cream, and others.
Despite the expansion, they still represent for less than 5% of the market. However, biscuits are among the many products sent to international markets.
To achieve this goal, we will always prioritize the needs of our customers above all else and work tirelessly to stay one step ahead of the curve in terms of style and trends.
The highest possible quality for the product. Integration of product diversification and expansion targeting premium market segments. Take into account the cost.
- Address: South Avenue Tower (6th Floor), House# 50, Road# 3, 7 Gulshan North Ave, Dhaka 1212
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone : +88-02-9847926
- Web: http://bangas.com.bd/
06. Danish Foods Limited
The Danish Biscuit Company is owned by the Partex Group. Danish has maintained its dominant market position thanks to its affordable prices and high quality products. They just sell biscuits, although there are more than 15 different kinds. Their showpiece product is the Lexus brand. The store sells a wide variety of biscuits like Lexus, Doreo, Dry Cake, Toast, Danish Florida Orange, Danish Malai Cookies, Danish Nutri Rich Diabetic, Danish Milk Marie, and more. But despite this, Danish has a 5% share of the language market.
Danish Vision & Mission
To ensure the highest level of satisfaction with customers and value for stakeholders, transform Partex Star Group into a diversified, sustainable world-class business.
To provide high-quality products and services with a focus on the needs of the client through ongoing innovation and efficiency.
- Address: Shanta Western Tower, Level-13,
Bir Uttam Mir Shawkat Road, 186, Tejgaon I/A
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone : +88 (02) 8878800-11
- Web: https://www.danishbd.com
07. Al-Amin Bread & Biscuits Ltd
Another major player in this industry is Al-Amin Bread & Biscuits, which is a strong competitor in the market. In spite of the fact that Al-Amin does not place a strong emphasis on marketing, the company currently holds a 5% share of the market. In spite of this, the Al-Amin pineapple biscuits were responsible for the majority of the company’s expansion. In addition to this, they are also responsible for the production of Pineapple Cream Cookies, Orbit, Racie, Cosmos, and Deena.
- Address: House # 75, Road # 10/A, Dhanmondi R/A
Dhaka, Dhaka Division, 1209
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +88 091-32893
- Fax: 02-9337831
08. Bengal Biscuits LTD
Bengal was founded in 1980 as a manufacturer and distributor of indigenous brands with the goal of becoming one of Bangladesh’s most successful industrial and commercial businesses.
In 1980, Bangladesh began producing Biscuits and Candy, a major step towards commercial development.
Bengal has 3 top indigenous brands and roughly 28 SKU in FMCG product list, with 24 sales and distribution points and 600+ distributors servicing 250,000+ outlets.
With a 6.5-million-dollar yearly turnover, more than 1800 employees and a nationwide network aspire to provide the best service possible.
Excelsior Group’s subsidiary Bengal Biscuits Limited. Excelsior Group encompasses pharmaceutical, textile, and footwear businesses.
Level #4, house #32, Topkhana Road,
Tel: +880-2-41052250, +880-2-41052251, +880-2-41052249
House #345, Segun Bagicha,
09. Cocola Food Products Ltd.
Food maker Cocola Food Products Ltd. Bangladesh began in 1973 with an aim to improve people’ food habits by offering new, quality products. Cocola was first recognized to consumers through Cocola lozenge. It’s launched biscuits, noodles, chocolates, chips, wafers, and other foods. Coke has 100+ SKUs.
Marie Biscuit is Cocola’s first biscuit. Cocola gradually introduced Glucose Biscuit, Pineapple Cream Biscuit, Champion Chocolate Biscuit, Shahi Toast Biscuit, and others. Cocola wants to deliver consumers healthful, time-saving meals. The company has built its competence over four decades through meeting customers’ expectations. With a large workforce, Cocola’s sales and distribution network has spread across Bangladesh to reach consumers.
- Address: Lodge, 2nd Floor, House, Islam, 14 Rd 16/A, Dhaka 1212
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone : 01979-991600
- Facebook: cocolafoods
- Web: http://cocolafood.com/