National Foods inaugurates largest manufacturing facility in Faisalabad

Karachi: National Foods Limited (NFL) is set to revolutionize Pakistan’s food landscape with the inauguration of its largest, state-of-the-art production plant in Faisalabad. Fueled by an investment of PKR 7 billion, the plant is equipped with cutting-edge technology and marks a significant milestone in National Foods’ pursuit to bring further innovation and quality to the food industry.

The recently held inauguration ceremony was attended by Chairman Zahid Majeed, Global CEO Abrar Hasan, along with the company’s Board of Directors, management personnel and guests.

Spread over 30 acres, the plant will help NFL cater to the domestic market and empower the company to significantly increase its export volume, building upon its current exports.

“We are delighted to inaugurate our new production facility which marks a monumental milestone for us, affirming our commitment to serve the nation’s growing demand for high-quality food products while boosting employment and export opportunities,” stated Mr. Abrar Hasan, Global CEO of National Foods.

With over 600+ jobs creation, NFL’s Faisalabad plant has production capacity of 6,000 tons/month, and will house production of spices, recipe mixes, ketchups, mayonnaise, Chinese sauces, seasonings and Kasuri Methi.

National Foods, founded in 1970 and later turned into a public limited company, has been an integral player in the food sector for over five decades, offering a comprehensive portfolio of 250 products over 12 key categories, placing it at the forefront of innovation and quality.

NFL’s reach extends beyond national borders, encompassing 40 countries across five continents, providing authentic Pakistani flavors that reconnect overseas Pakistanis with their vibrant heritage. The company has subsidiaries in the UAE, UK, North America, and has recently expanded its supply chain hub in Canada to continue providing customers with high-quality premium products.

Saleem Mahmood
Chief Executive

Saleem Mahmood, founder and CEO of “The Passage,” has a passion for strategic PR and communications. His journey began as a public relations officer at Pakistan International Airlines, leading him to establish The Passage in 2000. Under his leadership, the company has executed thriving PR campaigns and set industry standards. Mr. Mahmood holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from Karachi University.