Temptation Foods (TFL), incorporated on March 6, 1991, is engaged in the processing and Individually Quick Freezing (IQF) of fruits and vegetables using the latest technology and processes.
The company processes a variety of vegetables and fruits for the Indian markets and also exports the same to several of the biggest brands in USA, UK, Europe and the Middle East. It has one of the largest product ranges covering over 50 different types of IQF vegetables and fruits.
It has been in the frozen foods processing and exports business since 1991. Being at the forefront of the Industry's development, the company today represents one of the largest organized publicly listed companies in this domain. The growth of TFL has been Exponential after VBAPL (Venture Business Advisors Private Limited; the current promoters of TFL) stepped in; starting from a small base.
The company’s plant has the following Quality Management certifications from 'Bureau Veritas Certification (India) Private Limited.
The company will also soon be going in for the ISO 22000 certification for its Food Safety Management Quality System.
Temptation Foods processes fruit and vegetable produce at 6 plants: Sonepat, Karnal, Rudrapur, Kashipur (2 plants) in North India and Jejuri in West India.
The plants have a combined annual capacity to process, pack and Individually Quick Freeze (IQF) over 60,000 tonnes of vegetables and fruits.
The company’s own installed capacity of above 30,000 Tonnes (including IQF, Blast and Plate capacities) makes it the largest company with such facilities in the country. Similarly, its own, in-plant cold stores have a combined capacity of over 5,400 Metric Tonnes and again makes it one of the largest such cold stores in India.
The company procures fresh fruits and vegetables primarily from the Terai region in North India and the Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) of Mumbai and Pune. The plants are strategically located in the heart of the agricultural heartlands.
The company processes vegetables and fruits and freezes them through the highly effective IQF technology at the plants.