Origin

The history of our famous Bhujia is itself a true success which helps to motivate in expanding our business ahead. We started manufacturing Bhujia in 1965 where we work as a small-scale industry in the Bikaner (Rajasthan) which is the part of ‘Thar Desert’. The MGC was founded by late MoolChand Agarwal Later his son Gopaldas joined his business to improve the quality of Bhujia. The father and son duo got patronage and gained popularity as it was included in the list of favorite snack foods in the Bikaner.

Bhujia is a traditional Rajasthani that has been a cottage industry in Bikaner, Rajasthan and provides employment to around 2.5 million people in villages of the region, especially women who work at home get engaged in making bhujia. Recently multinational companies like Pepsico as well as Indian snack companies, which have used the name bhujia.

Our Technologies

Our products were expanded to match the taste of various segments of people in society. Namkeens were packed under more durable and commercially viable packaging. With continuously innovating and demands of numerous varieties of Namkeen it has now become an all-time local favoured Bhujia as the regular snack food brings popularity to our Bhujia and namkeens. It can also be used as gifts for relatives and friends in distant places.

MGC Namkeen or Bhuija is a popular crispy snack that is prepared by using moth beans, besan (gram flour) and traditional spices. It is originating from Bikaner which is a town in the western state of Rajasthan of India.

With continuously innovating and demands of numerous varieties of Bhuija it has now become regular snack food which is popular among all ages of people. It can be used as gifts for relatives and friends in distant places.