Group    From 1964 

Tata Consumer Products

Categories: Commerce, Food & Drink

From their website: "Tata Consumer was formed with a vision to synergise, simplify and scale the principal consumer products interests of the Tata Group under one umbrella Today, we are one of the leading F&B companies in India. Home to some of the most well-recognised brands like Tata Tea, Tata Salt, Tetley as well as young & emerging brands like Tata Sampann & Himalayan, we are aspiring for a larger share of the FMCG sector."

Seems they were formed in 1964 when they created an alliance with James Finlay.

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Tata Consumer Products

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Tea industry - the City

Sir John Lyon House and the Tea Trade {Much of the text on this plaque is a ...

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Tyburn Turnpike House

Tyburn Turnpike House

This toll gate is thought to have stood about where Marble Arch now stands.

Building, Commerce, Property, Transport

1 memorial
Phoenix Fire Office

Phoenix Fire Office

Bryan Mawer says "In 1782, the Phoenix Fire Office was established by sugar refiners for sugar refiners, prompted by objections to the excessive rates charged by the existing insurance companies, i...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
Fakeblueplaques / Society for the Promotion of Historic Buildings

Fakeblueplaques / Society for the Promotion of Historic Buildings

Londonist informs that the registered address of the website, where you can order a plaque, is 118 Hillfield Avenue N8, the site of plaque no 4. We have 3 of these non-plaques still to publish, no ...

Group, Commerce

3 memorials
Bearman's Department Store

Bearman's Department Store

Opened by Frank Bearman on the site of a former vicarage. By 1906 he had purchased a nearby furniture shop, and in 1910 opened an arcade to match the larger department stores in London. It claimed ...

Building, Commerce

1 memorial
Kops Brewery

Kops Brewery

The first brewer of non-alcoholic beer in the United Kingdom. This photograph was taken in 1900. From the 1900 "Fulham old and new": "Between Town Mead Road and the river, a little eastwards of Wa...

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial