From F&B to Mouth Fresheners to Confectionary and other businesses, the DS Group has earned the designate of being a ‘leader’ across most of the verticals that they operate in.
Making an entry in the F&B segment in 1987, our range of products have become household favourites across the nation.
In August 1999, the Company marked its debut in the beverage arena with ‘Catch Natural Spring Water’.Read more (+)
With a presence of nearly two decades in India, Catch Beverages is today a household name that is synonymous with quality and innovation. From water to soda, flavoured water to juice beverages and tonic water to ginger ale, Catch covers the entire spectrum of ready to drink beverages and professional mixers in India.
At Catch, we believe that every product stands out because it Is made with a lot of passion. ‘Catch’ bottled water is certified and complies with the Food & Drug Administration (US) Code of Federal Regulations set by NSF International-USA, since 2000.
An environment friendly ‘Glass Bottle’ was introduced for Sparkling and Still water, that retains the crisp and pristine quality of water from the Himalayas and thus cementing the Catch commitment to the environment.
We added a breath of fresh air, both to our consumers’ lives and to the category with the launch of Tansen in 1976, and haven’t looked back since.
The expertise in flavours and fragrances and understanding of consumer tastes has been the key driver of some of the Group’s successful products in the business.
Our expertise in blending fragrance and flavour with perfect raw material has led to the creation of distinct and innovative products that are cherished across the world.
The Group ventured into the Luxury arena with the acquisition of well known retails chains in the industry.
With ‘The Manu Maharani’, a super-deluxe and luxurious property in the City of Lakes, Nainital, we ventured into the Hospitality sector. The renowned property soon became famous for its accommodation and dining, and attracted visitors from all over the country.
In 2006, the company revived the endangered forest species Sandalwood in Madhya Pradesh and established the largest Sandalwood plantation as an Agro-forestry model in India.