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DO YOU KNOW THAT ALL THESE PRODUCTS BELONG TO NON INDIAN BRANDS

By Mukul Arora . 14th July 2018 12:30pm
DO YOU KNOW THAT ALL THESE PRODUCTS BELONG TO NON INDIAN BRANDS

In our daily life, we use a lot of brands and products, we are used to these products in such a way that we actually take them as Indian products. In this piece of writing, we have created a list of brands that people thought were Indian but are in fact they belong to foreign countries. Here's an instant to confront the reality and get acquainted with the fact that all those years when you consider the brands you were making use of were not domestic but foreign. Just have a look- LML Vespa [caption id="attachment_42590" align="alignnone" width="400"] source[/caption] Indians love "Vespa" scooter and we all have taken rides in our dad's favorite vehicle. We usually think that Vespa should be a local brand, but No! It completely belongs to Piaggio which is an Italian firm. BSA Cycles [caption id="attachment_42591" align="alignnone" width="547"] source[/caption] The full form of BSA is Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited which itself clearly utters that the firm belongs to Birmingham, England. The company was started in 1861. Boost [caption id="attachment_42592" align="alignnone" width="400"] source[/caption] We all have seen Sachin Tendulkar endorsing Boost during our childhood and this thing made us think that it is an Indian brand. But in fact, it got introduced by UK's Simon Gray in the year 2001 and is currently amongst the top energy drinks brand in the world. Lifebuoy [caption id="attachment_42593" align="alignnone" width="600"] source[/caption] We have a lot of options at the present but Lifebuoy has turned out to be popular brand during the nineties. The soap brand got launched by Lever Brothers during the year 1895 in England. Nestle  [caption id="attachment_42594" align="alignnone" width="565"] source[/caption] We frequently utilize items such as Maggi, KitKat, Nescafe in our daily life, but nobody could've ever asked about the source of these products i.e. company. However, it's not an Indian brand of course as Nestle belongs to Switzerland. Annapurna salt [caption id="attachment_42595" align="alignnone" width="400"] source[/caption] We think Annapurna is an Indian brand but we are mistaken Annapurna and its goods are a member of Hindustan Unilever Ltd that is again a part of Dutch-British firm, Lever Industries. Other products such as colgate, pepsodent and tide all belongs to P&G and Hindustan Unilever. Even Shopping website Alibaba is not Indian as it belongs to China. If you know any such brand then do let us know in the comments section below.