NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Amira Nature Foods Ltd (NYSE: ANFI), a leading global provider of branded packaged Indian specialty rice, today announced the launch of Amira branded products in Publix Supermarket stores in the United States as early as June 2015.
Publix, the sixth largest supermarket chain in the United States with 1,097 stores spanning six states, has reached an agreement to carry Amira’s Natural Basmati Rice, Thai Jasmine Rice and Smoked Basmati Rice. This expansion into Publix Supermarket stores further strengthens Amira’s presence in the United States.
“We are excited to introduce our premium Amira branded products to Publix Supermarkets’ customers,” said Karan A Chanana, Chairman of Amira Nature Foods Ltd. “We sought to align with Publix for their proven success in customer service, high quality product distribution and retail sales. Publix is rapidly expanding in the southeast region of the U.S. and is an ideal retailer for Amira branded products during our growth period.”
About Amira Nature Foods Ltd
Founded in 1915, Amira has evolved into a leading global provider of branded packaged Indian specialty rice and other products, with sales in over 60 countries today. The Company primarily sells Basmati rice, which is a premium long-grain rice grown only in certain regions of the Indian sub-continent, under its flagship Amira brand as well as under other third party brands. Amira sells its products through a broad distribution network in both the developed and emerging markets. The Company’s global headquarters are in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and it also has offices in India, Malaysia, Singapore, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Amira Nature Foods Ltd is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol “ANFI”.
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