The chief executive of Britannia Industries, Rajneet Kohli, has been named by FMCG giant Britannia Industries. Kohli was heading over 1450 Domino's restaurants in India before this announcement. He has over 24 years of experience in the food and retail industry. He worked at Asian Paints for 6 years, Coca-Cola for 14 years and more than 3 years at Jubilant FoodWorks. He has also been instrumental in leading several transformational changes, with a deep background in technology.
Kohli will report to Varun Berry, Britannia's new executive vice-chairman and managing director.
Britannia is one of India's leading food companies with over a 100 year legacy and has an exceptional track record of innovation and serving consumers with exemplary standards. Kohli said in a statement that he feels privileged and am truly excited for what lies ahead of us at Britannia.
Along with Kohli's appoint, the company's board has appointed Berry as the FMCG giant's executive vice-chairman and managing director with immediate effect. His experience of building high performing businesses and profitable brands is strongly aligned to our vision of becoming a Responsible Global Total Foods Company. Rajneet's proven track record of scaling up businesses and building highly engaged teams makes him a perfect fit for the Organization. Berry said he looked forward to partnering with Rajneet to lead us to the next phase of growth.
Britannia Industries produces India's favorite brands like Good Day, Tiger, NutriChoice, Milk Bikis, Marie Gold, Little Hearts, and others. It is present in more than 80 countries in North America, Europe, Africa, Southeast Asia, and GCC.