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The State of the Art, Swiss made, Extruded Corn Flakes Plant was installed in March 2012. The Plant is making paramount quality products including flakes and expanded products. Fauji breakfast cereals are similar if not better than any other foreign brand in quality.


Fauji keeps its manufacturing facilities updated. New technology adaptation has been a permanent feature of Fauji Cereals as its first Plant was made of Buhler Switzerland” a name of standard throughout the world”. New Flakes plant commissioned in March 2012 is also the most modern line of this age.


  • Forming and cooking in single sate process.
  • Versatile materials acceptance.
  • Very low product moisture to keep freshness and shelf life.
  • Uniform product quality and texture.
  • Even toasting due to unique gliding phenomena of flakes in hot air bed.
  • Consistent quality due to automatic material feeding and process control.
  • Operations under highly qualified and experienced technical teams.
  • Good manufacturing practices.
  • Hygienic process and handling of materials.

The Company in recognition of its consistent and dedicated performance in exports and High Quality of Food Products was awarded by Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani. The consistent performance of the company may be ascertained on its achievements during last 25 years. Main achievements include:

  • RCCI Gold Award for Exports 2011
  • RCCI Excellence Award for Quality 2011
  • RCCI Excellence Award 2010
  • RCCI Achievement Award 2010
  • Recipients of Export Trophy 2005
  • American Quality Award 1991
  • International Leading Company Award 1991

Brand Equity:   Market leader with over 70% national market share.

ISO Certification:   ISO 9001:2008 Certified.           

Supplier to United Nation: Emergency and disaster area rations/ instant cereals have been manufactured and supplied to UNICEF & World Food Program for malnourished children and pregnant/lactating women.

International NGOs:   Similarly custom designed instant and fortified foods has been manufactured and supplied to local as well as international NGOs including Merci Corps, USA/Quetta and Afghan Women Resource Centre, Kabul/Peshawar.