London: Kanti Sweets Private Limited, Bangalore India has been felicitated with Certificate of Excellence by World Book of Records for matchless contribution in promoting the cause of business values.
The Certificate was presented to Shailendra Sharma and Shikha Sharma (Directors, Kanti Sweet Pvt Ltd) by Lord Rami Ranger CBE (Founder of Sunmark) and Mahendra Singh C Jadeja (Vice President, Global Indian Organisation) at Carlton Club London (Founded in 1832- London’s foremost office of the Conservative Party).
Significantly, Kanti Sweets made a humble beginning in 1957 when Pandit Jyoti Swarup Sharma started ‘Kanti Sweet Meat Stall’ at Kempegowda circle, Bangalore which was a small 6ft x 6ft counter that still stands at that spot. He named the store after his brother Shri Kanti swarup Sharma. After Panditji’s demise in 1973, his son Shri Rajendra Prasad, the second generation owner of the store, decided to take up the family business. Since 2005, the business was being managed as a family partnership till recently it has diversified into Kanti Sweets Private Limited. From one small shop in KG Circle in Gandhinagar in 1957 it has steadily grown. Currently the total tally of the outlets owned by Kanti Sweets in the city stands at 91. The Unique Selling Point (USP) of Kanti Sweets lies in its reasonable pricing with honest service, standard quality and maintaining authentic taste of a variety of traditional sweets including those from West Bengal, Rajasthan, Delhi and Karnataka by carefully appointing region specialist chefs to oversee the production of diverse varieties of sweets. The ingredients are sourced with great care of maintain consistent quality of raw materials which plays a significant role in taste of the offerings.
On being felicitated by Certificate of Excellence,Kanti Sweets was congratulated by Mr. Wilhelm Jezler (Head of Europe, World Book of Records), Advocate Santosh Shukla (CEO, World Book of Records).
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