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Serving our consumers, today and tomorrow
Hindustan Unilever is India's largest Fast Moving Consumer Goods Company. We meet everyday needs of millions of Indians, right from the morning cup of tea to brushing at bedtime. Our brands touch the lives of more than 700 million Indians.
It is this relationship with our consumers that we would like to build upon and strengthen. We will continue to straddle the consumer price pyramid to meet the needs and aspirations of diverse consumers across India. Our stated strategy is to grow our business competitively, profitably and sustainably. The key pillars to achieving this are: Winning Winning Winning Winning with brands and innovation in the market place through continuous improvement with people

During the year, we have made significant progress on each of these thrust areas. We are well placed to leverage the tremendous opportunity in a fast growing market like India by serving and delighting our consumers.

Annual Report 2009-10


Chairman’s Letter
Dear Shareholders, My warm greetings to all of you. The year 2009-10 has been yet another challenging year for the global markets. The resilience shown by the Indian economy in this challenging context is particularly heartening. This bodes well for the long-term growth prospects of India which continues to be amongst the high growth economies in the world today. However, there are still some pressure points which need to be addressed to sustain this high growth. One of the key immediate issues is food inflation which has remained at high levels for over a year. This, along with firming up of commodity costs has created an inflationary business environment. FMCG markets continued to grow albeit at a slower pace. In addition, the strong growth potential of the Indian market has attracted many new competitors resulting in a substantial increase in the competitive

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