Our Company


ABC fruits is a leading manufacturer and exporter of fruit puree, pulps and concentrates in India. We specialize in processing Mango, Guava, Papaya and Tomato. Our organization was founded in 1997 with a small-scale canning unit in Kandili. An aseptic line was installed with double effect evaporator in 2003 with a capacity of producing 4 tons per hour and subsequently capacity was increased by 6 tons per hour in 2007. In 2010 we build a new processing unit in Bargur with state of the art facilities with two aseptic lines and one triple effect evaporate with 10 ton per hour capacity. Today we are one of the largest fruit processors and exporter in India with combined capacity of 30 Ton per hour. We annually process 50,000 MT of single strength finished product and growing rapidly. We aim to be one of the leading food solutions organization that caters to rapidly growing, global processed food markets.

Business Model

Our core competencies in agri-sciences, food technology and quality management enables us to successfully manage the entire business supply chain. Our products are committed to actively support and gradually empower the Indian rural farmers through holistic partnership approach. We provide agi-assistance and aim to build for them a strong social and economic support system. Working for our farmers remains a major focus area for us. We consider their sustainable development a critical index of our business success.


Our clientele includes both domestic and the international customers. We export our products mainly to Middle East, Europe and North America. We are committed to increase our market share in Africa and fareast and are exploring new markets. We are been in this industry for more than 15 years and built a reputation for our competitive prices and consistent quality.


ABC Fruits aims to develop and deliver high quality, safe and cost-effective food ingredients for consumers across the world. In doing so, we will partner with rural communities by linking them to the international food market, thereby giving them access to wealth and technology.