THE HERITAGE
OF KEVENTERS

India. The 1920s. Edward Keventer, a Danish dairy entrepreneur, decides to establish dairy manufacturing units in India. Within a decade he has set up-eponymous plants in Delhi, Aligarh, Calcutta and Darjeeling. By the 1940s Edward Keventer emerges as one of the prominent dairy manufacturers in India. After Independence the dairy acquires Indian ownership, when Ram Krishna Dalmia buys the Keventer dairy project located in Sardar Patel Marg from Edward Keventer’s son, Werner. Thereafter, the company is known by the name Edward Keventer [Successors] Pvt. Ltd.

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1889

Edward Keventer arrived on the Indian shores all the way from his homeland, Sweden.

1903

He took over the running of the Aligarh Dairy Farm in 1894 and turned it into a profitable business with the introduction of a variety of dairy products.

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1904

With a booming business, Edward Keventer soon expanded the Keventers brand to other cities as well; Darjeeling, Shimla & Calcutta.

1911

His nephew, the enterprising Werner Keventer soon arrived in India to join his uncle and the business

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1925

Mr. Keventer established Edw. Keventers. Ltd. and opened a dairy farm in Delhi’s Chanakyapuri area.

1937

Keventer’s had become eponymous with pure and good quality dairy products and food. People had come to associate Keventer’s with great quality butter, cheese and milkshakes.

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1940

After the passing of Edward Keventer, his nephew Werner, after being associated with the prosperous organisation for many years, took over the running of the company.

1946

Mr. Werner also passed away, leading to the prestigious Keventer’s Pvt. Ltd. being sold to Mr. R.K. Dalmia.

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1960

Keventers became the supplier of milk powder to the Indian army.

1970

The Indian government acquired the land from Keventer’s that lead to the shutdown of the Delhi plant and dissolution of the brand.

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2015

Agastya Dalmia, grandson of R.K. Dalmia with partners Aman Arora and Sohrab Sitaram, resurrect Keventers in a new avatar. A complete overhaul of the brand image takes place to cater to a younger, and wider customer base keeping the brand’s essence intact.

2017

Keventers goes global

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THE HERITAGE
OF KEVENTERS

India. The 1920s. Edward Keventer, a Danish dairy entrepreneur, decides to establish dairy manufacturing units in India. Within a decade he has set up-eponymous plants in Delhi, Aligarh, Calcutta and Darjeeling. By the 1940s Edward Keventer emerges as one of the prominent dairy manufacturers in India. After Independence the dairy acquires Indian ownership, when Ram Krishna Dalmia buys the Keventer dairy project located in Sardar Patel Marg from Edward Keventer’s son, Werner. Thereafter, the company is known by the name Edward Keventer [Successors] Pvt. Ltd.

1best
1889

Edward Keventer arrived on the Indian shores all the way from his homeland, Sweden.

2best
1903

He took over the running of the Aligarh Dairy Farm in 1894 and turned it into a profitable business with the introduction of a variety of dairy products.

3best
1904

With a booming business, Edward Keventer soon expanded the Keventers brand to other cities as well; Darjeeling, Shimla & Calcutta.

4best
1911

His nephew, the enterprising Werner Keventer soon arrived in India to join his uncle and the business

5best
1925

Mr. Keventer established Edw. Keventers. Ltd. and opened a dairy farm in Delhi’s Chanakyapuri area.

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1937

Keventer’s had become eponymous with pure and good quality dairy products and food. People had come to associate Keventer’s with great quality butter, cheese and milkshakes.

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1940

After the passing of Edward Keventer, his nephew Werner, after being associated with the prosperous organisation for many years, took over the running of the company.

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1946

Mr. Werner also passed away, leading to the prestigious Keventer’s Pvt. Ltd. being sold to Mr. R.K. Dalmia.

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1960

Keventers became the supplier of milk powder to the Indian army.

10best
1970

The Indian government acquired the land from Keventer’s that lead to the shutdown of the Delhi plant and dissolution of the brand.

11best
2015

Agastya Dalmia, grandson of R.K. Dalmia with partners Aman Arora and Sohrab Sitaram, resurrect Keventers in a new avatar. A complete overhaul of the brand image takes place to cater to a younger, and wider customer base keeping the brand’s essence intact.

2017

Keventers goes global