UP Cabinet clears Patanjali's Rs 6,000-crore food park
UP Cabinet clears Patanjali's Rs 6,000-crore food park

New Delhi: The UP Cabinet today has cleared Rs 6,000-crore Patanjali mega food park in Noida. Earlier, a disappointed Acharya Balkrishna announced that Patanjali is shifting its mega food park out of Uttar Pradesh on the back of not getting necessary approvals from the state government. Once the news break, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath himself intervened to solve the issue and ensured Patanjali's MD Acharya Balkrishna to clear the road blocks.

Industry experts feel the Noida food park will help Patanjali to strengthen its food business by ramping up production, create new packaged food verticals and scale up the business in categories such as atta, biscuits, edible oils, rice, ghee, pulses, spices and juices.

Moreover, the food park location in Noida, UP will ensure quick and abundant raw material supplies to the company. Since it is located in the NCR region, it will have easy access to airport and dry ports which will enhance distribution, said a few.

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