"We aim to be in leading positions in all categories by the end of next year".
He asserted that Patanjali will be the biggest Swadeshi brand in a span of one or two years.
Ramdev went on to say that Patanjali was looking at a growth rate of 100% for FY 2017-'18. The company is also strengthening its distribution network to reach more consumers across the country.
Besides, the company will focus more on items such as spices, pulses, vegetable oil, biscuits, confectionery and juices and add more products into these segments.
The group has a yearly turnover Rs 10,561 crore, out of which Ayurveda comprises Rs 9,346 crore, Divya Pharmacy Rs 870 crore, and Patanjali Gramodyog Rs 345 crore.
While experts think that Patanjali Ayurved will be able to generate buzz initially, it won't probably be able to maintain a sustainable lead in the Quick Service Restaurants space, owing to the requirement of high capital expenditures. Their sales, claim Ramdev, stood at Rs 1,467 crore, Rs 940 crore, Rs 825 core and Rs 574 crore, respectively, in the last fiscal. Formed about a decade ago, it had a 1.2 percent share of India's beauty and personal care market in 2015 from 0.2 percent in 2011, according to Euromonitor. "Our kacchi ghani mustard oil is around Rs522 crore and would grow up to Rs1,000 crore", he added.
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"Patanjali has broken the stranglehold of multinational companies", Ramdev said. It has the capacity to make products worth 300 billion rupees and plans to double that next year, he said. People try to spread rumours about Patanjali.
The company is also exploring several new initiatives to open a chain of restaurants under the Patanjali brand.
Baba said, "We are working on the business plan and branding".
Company's MD and CEO, Acharya Balkrishna, also said that the Patanjali, in future will also enter textiles industry (jeans and sportswear) to compete with the brands like Nike, Levis and Adidas.
Congress Mumbai chief Sanjay Nirupam had filed a petition alleging irregularities in the allotment of land to the company for setting up a food park in the Multi-Modal International Hub Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN). As per the announcements made, Patanjali's unit in Madhya Pradesh will be used as an export hub for US, Canada, and the UK. "We will venture into the segment very soon".