Dabur India Ltd. Boasts four brands with combined annual revenue of at least Rs 1,000 crore, according to the company’s annual report.
Over Rs 500 crore in sales is generated by its two brands, Dabur Honey and Dabur Chyawanprash. In its annual report, Dabur India stated that by the conclusion of the fiscal year 2021–2022, it had 12 brands with revenues of above Rs 100 crore, two with revenues of over Rs 500 crore, and four more with revenues of over Rs 1,000 crore.
On top of that, “by the conclusion of this fiscal (FY22), we will have two additional brands, Meswak and Real Drinks, joining the coveted Billion Rupee Turnover Club (Rs 100 crore).” Dabur India’s operating revenue for the fiscal year that ended on March 31, 2022, was Rs 10,889 crore, representing the best yearly revenue rise in the previous eight years. Speaking to the shareholders, Dabur India Vice Chairman Mohit Burman stated, “Our consolidated revenue crossed the Rs 10,000 crore mark for the first time with an annual rise of 13.9 per cent.”
Dabur, like other FMCG companies, saw India’s high rate of retail price inflation and is actively observing the situation.
The executive said Dabur plans to closely monitor the situation to develop strategic ways to counter the increase in the price of raw materials through our synergies and cost efficiencies. In these unique circumstances, Dabur plans to use cost control methods, followed by price actions, to address the problems caused by high input costs.
Dabur stated that growing its rural reach will continue to be a strategic focus in the upcoming years with sales network expansion.
By expanding its rural footprint and investing in its power brands, Dabur will keep up its consistent efforts to increase demand for our goods, according to Burman.
Dabur has also been successful in extending its market reach across several economies by building a strong ecosystem of supply chains. In the personal care market, some of its hair care products have received top rankings in nations including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates. In FY22, Dabur made Rs 2,806 crore from the international market.