Eastern set up its full-fledged spice factory and Coffee powder manufacturing facility in Adimali, the leading spice producing district in Kerala.
With the expansion of business to neighboring districts and a steady increase in demand of Eastern spices, the range of ‘Blended Spices’ were introduced. These were instant hits among the Malayali population. The Eastern Chicken Masala, Eastern Meat Masala and Eastern Sambhar Masala marked the beginning of Eastern’s innovative food products.
Eastern Condiments Private Limited was incorporated in 1989.
Company expands its business in the line of treads.
From the very beginning, product quality has been Eastern’s prime agenda, making no compromise with its taste, texture and aroma. To make it 100% sure, Eastern set up its own indigenous lab- being the only such lab in Asia- which now has been upgraded to international standards.
With the debut of Mr. Navas Meeran into the Eastern chain of business, the company steadily expanded its ventures out side Kerala. And to match the rising demands, Mr. Meeran set up a new factory in Theni, in the adjacent state of Tamil Nadu.
The very same year, Eastern set up its export facility, which today reaches consumers in 15 countries worldwide. And today Eastern is the proud and undisputed – 17 time – recipient of the ‘Largest exporter of spice masala in consumer packs’ from the ,Spices Board Of India’.
Source : jazeer mohd