Patanjali to record Rs 7000 crores sales in FY 17

Haridwar: Baba Ramdev's dream project Patanjali Ayurved has turned the market upside down. As per the report conducted to analyze the overall operations of the firm, Patanjali Ayurved in Haridwar is minting money in terms of business.
 
If sources are to be believed, The herbal manufacturing company has recorded monthly sales of about Rs 600- 700 Crores in January and February each, taking the overall turnover of the company to a new high. According to Balkrishna, ' We may even reach Rs 600 crore a month mark -that will give us an annual turnover of approximately Rs 7,000 crore' as told to TOI. 
 
If it continues to work at the same pace, Baba Ramdev's dream could soon translate into the fifth largest FMCG company in the country after Hindustan Unilever, ITC, Nestle India and Britannia Industries. This implies that the 10-year-old company has already outsmarted the existing competitors of the industry such as Dabur and Marico by their outstanding business.
 
News 24 Bureau