APIS India has P V Sindhu on board as its brand ambassador..
APIS India has P V Sindhu on board as its brand ambassador..

APIS India launches two healthy variants of honey brands

With a mission to make pure honey a part of everyday life, APIS India, the largest producer, distributor and exporter of quality honey has introduced two healthy variants of honey brands in the Indian market – APIS Himalaya and APIS Himalaya Gold. APIS INDIA is one of the few companies which has been certified with ISO- 22000 for documented procedure that applies to Food Safety framed by International body for Honey.

APIS India has made its two honey variants widely available in the market

APIS India has made its two honey variants widely available in the market

Incorporated in the year 1982, the venture is headed by Vimal Anand, Managing Director and Amit Anand, Joint Managaing Director. APIS India is one of leaders in the field of organized Honey trade in India. With its a world class in-house facilities for testing lab; processing and filtration for honey. It has a state of art manufacturing facility spread in over 7 acre in Rorkee with a capacity to process over 100 tonnes of honey per day.

In a market that’s extremely price-sensitive, APIS India has made available the two honey variants with attractive promotional offers, starting from a 25 gm bottle at Rs 15 to 1kg bottle costing mere Rs 390. Its available at the listed retails outlets: Aditya Birla retail, Spencer, Hyper city, Spar hyper market, Nilgiris, Ushodaya, Ratan deep, Vishal Mega mart, Mk retail, Sarvna and  Namdhari; Kendriya Bhandar to name a few. Apart from these big chain stores the product is also available in Andhra Pradesh; Telengana; Karnataka; Tamil Nadu; Maharashtra; Uttar Pradesh; Delhi; Rajasthan; Haryana in local grocer level and medical stores.

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