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  • Mint - 03 jun 2020
    ITC's Puri says it is time to really transform the agriculture sector

    India needs a more robust agriculture sector with better productivity and mobilizing of farm workers, besides pushing through the government's amendment to the Essentials Commodities Act...

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  • The Economic Times - 28 May 2020
    ITC partners with Amway India to sell new immunity beverage

    ITC and Amway hinted at extending the strategic partnership with more immunity-boosting breakfast and meal solutions. “Our portfolio of products, which includes atta, instant noodles to biscuits, gives us many formats...

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  • The Hindu Business Line - 26 May 2020
    'ITC is evaluating new food trends that gained momentum amid the lockdown'

    Consumer goods major, ITC Ltd, has been in the news for the acquisition of Kolkata-based packaged spice-maker, Sunrise Foods. The move is aimed at strengthening the FMCG portfolio of the company...

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  • The Times of India - 25 May 2020
    ITC to acquire spices major Sunrise Foods

    FMCG-to-hospitality-co-tobacco major ITC has entered into a share purchase agreement to acquire 100% of the equity capital of Sunrise Foods...

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  • The Economic Times - 21 May 2020
    We are deriving far more value by being together than being separate: ITC

    'The largest stimulus that can happen is actually getting back to work.' What is your understanding of the new normal? Instead of using words like unprecedented crisis, how should we focus on opportunity?

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  • Outlook - 15 May 2020
    Agri reforms to boost investments in food processing: ITC Chairman

    ITC Ltd Chairman Sanjiv Puri said the agriculture sector reforms announced on Friday will encourage investments in food processing...

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  • Mint - 15 May 2020
    ITC launches Savlon hand sanitiser sachet at 50 paise

    Packaged consumer goods to hotels major ITC Ltd has launched Savlon hand sanitisers at 50 paise per sachet...

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  • The Economic Times - 13 May 2020
    ITC forays into packaged lassi to expand its dairy business

    ITC Ltd has ventured into the packaged lassi market with launch in Kolkata under its Aashirvaad Svasti brand. With this, the company sells milk, curd and paneer in West Bengal...

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  • Business Standard - 09 May 2020
    Master of discretion

    Over grilled chicken and greens, Anand talks to Pavan Lall about the changes taking place in the world of hospitality due to Covid-19, and the career lessons he took away from his days as a DJ....

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  • Exchange4Media - 29 Apr 2020
    ITC Hotels prioritizes employees safety and well-being; rolls out several activities to engage them

    The hotel is also hosting virtual classes for new and existing employees in order to help them upgrade their skill sets....

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ITC at a Glance

  • ≈US $50 Billion

    Market Cap (figures as on 31.03.2019)

  • US $10.8 Billion

    Gross Sales Value (figures as on 31.03.2019)

  • 13

    of Tomorrow

  • 4 Million

    Farmers Benefitted
    by e-Choupal

  • 6 million


  • 200+


  • No. 1

    in Paper & Paperboards

  • 100+

    Hotels across
    70 locations

  • 25

    FMCG Mother Brands

  • 34,000

    ITC Group
    Direct Employees

  • Ranked No. 3

    Globally in Foods Industry For ESG Performance

  • 14 years

    Carbon Positive

  • 17 years

    Water Positive

  • 12 years

    Solid Waste
    Recycling Positive

  • 41%

    of Total Energy
    is Renewable

  • 25

    Platinum Rated
    Green Buildings


  • Mint, 03 Jun 2020

    ITC's Puri says it is time to really transform the agriculture sector

    Read more
  • Hindustan Times, 03 Jun 2020

    It is time to transform the agriculture sector: Puri

    Read more
  • The Hindu Business Line, 29 May 2020

    ITC, Amway come together to launch products in health and immunity space

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  • The Hindu, 28 May 2020

    ITC ropes in Amway to sell new immunity boosting fruit juices

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