The Sahuwala

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The Sahuwala group sits on an invaluable treasure trove of experience and know-how in flour milling. With all its plants put together, the group’s annual wheat milling capacity is 600,000 tons. Today, the group successfully runs not just flour mills but has also entered newer verticals in the food sector, such as snack manufacturing. We strive to uphold our reputable position in the flour milling space and make inroads in newer avenues of the food ecosystem.

The Sahuwala family is a traditional Marwari family hailing from Ganganagar, Rajasthan. In the last sixty years, the family migrated from Rajasthan to Hyderabad and thereafter to a couple of cities in south India. In the era of license raj shortly after independence in India, the family managed to procure a wheat-milling license in 1950. Since then, the Sahuwala group has consistently established multiple plants in different locations in south India. Each unit has been designed and established to be in alignment with the group’s overall strategy and vision. The Sahuwala group sits on an invaluable treasure trove of experience and know-how in flour milling. With all its plants put together, the group’s annual wheat milling capacity is 600,000 tons. Today, the group successfully runs not just flour mills but has also entered newer verticals in the food sector, such as snack manufacturing. We strive to uphold our reputable position in the flour milling space and make inroads in newer avenues of the food ecosystem.