Welcome back to Humor Nation. Every year thousands of different international brands make their way into the Indian part and very soon we stop making a difference while making the purchase because they become a part of our lives. Today we will be discussing about ten brands which are considered Indian by many, but they are actually not Indian, they are foreign brands.
So Let’s Take A Look At 12 Brands That Everyone Thinks Are Indian But They Are Foreign Brands
The Maaza drink was the property of Union Beverages Factory located in UAE, but was acquired by Coca-Cola in 1993.
Every 90s kid grew up with Maggi. All across India, these instant noodles are extremely popular. Who isn’t a fan of the Maggi noodles? The company was founded by Julius Maggi in 1884 after he took over his father’s mill. In 1947, Nestlé acquired this company. So, sorry to break it down for you, but it’s not an Indian brand.
Boost became very popular through its advertisements featuring Sachin Tendulkar, Kapil Dev, and other cricketers. The young Sachin’s catchphrase ‘Boost is the secret of my energy!’ inspired so many kids to try this drink. This drink was developed by Simon Gray in 2001. Boost is UK’s second largest energy drink brand.
There are so many nostalgic memories associated with the Reynolds’ pen. It was the first ball point pen for many. Reynolds is a popular name in the pen industry, but did you know that it’s actually an American brand. A Chicago businessman named Milton Reynolds in 1945 was the first person who manufactured and sold the ballpoint pens into the American market.
All the Indian moms want the kids to have this and then earn good marks in school after using this nutritional food powder. Horlicks is not Indian, it was d the product dough is not Indian but was developed by William and James Horlick. Currently this nutritional supplement is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline.