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Introduced primarily for British settlers in India, Kissan has been present in India since 1935. The UB group, under the Late Vittal Malya then, acquired Kissan from Mitchell bros in the year 1950. However, in 1993, Hindustan Unilever took it over from the UB group. Over time, Kissan evolved to become the first ever fruit and vegetable brand in the country. Kissan pruned its portfolio to focus on core products, ie; Jams & ketchups.



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