Kanti Sweets made a humble beginning in 1957 when Pandit Jyoti Swarup Sharma started 'Kanti Sweet Meat Stall' at Kempegowda circle, Bangalore which was a small 6ft X 6ft counter that still stands at that spot. He named the store after his brother Shri.Kantiswarup Sharma.
After Panditji's demise in 1973, his son Shri.Rajendra Prasad, the second generation owner of the store, decided to take up the family business. Since 2005, the business has been managed as a family partnership. From one small shop in KG Circle in Gandhinagar in 1957 it has steadily grown. Currently the total tally of the outlets owned by Kanti Sweets in the city stands at 50.
The USP of Kanti Sweets lies in its reasonable pricing with honest service, standard quality and maintaining authentic taste of variety of traditional sweets including those from W.Bengal, Rajasthan, Delhi and Karnataka by carefully appointing region- speciality chefs to oversee the production of diverse varieties of sweets. The ingredients are sourced with great care to maintain consistent quality of raw materials which plays significant role in taste of the offerings.
Kanti Sweets is one of the few stores in the city where speciality sweets, specific to popular festivals and their celebrations like Sankranti, Holi, Raksha Bandhan, Dusshera and Diwali are available, which makes it a popular mithai-destination despite of no loud branding or glitzy packaging. Kanti Sweets has also done away with manual labour in many areas and mechanized a significant component of its processes. Over the years, customer profiles and their tastes have undergone a dramatic transformation. we have introduced low-sugar variants of traditional sweets like zero-sugar Burfi, Kaju Katli, Moti Choor Laddus, Jilebi and many more.
Kanti Sweets is one of the few sweet makers to have an ISO 9001-2008 and HACCP 22000: 2005 certifications. For product innovations and various research and development activities, we take the help of Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) Mysore. Also under the guidance of Ex-CFTRI Scientist an In-House Laboratory has been set up. It facilitates analysis of the varieties of sweets to maintain quality. Also R&D works are carried out in the lab to introduce health foods. With approximately over 350 varieties of freshly made sweets and namkeens we are able to cater to different taste palates of diverse cross-section of customers, our offerings also include Bakery products and Badam milk.
To maintain quality & service, we are always open to feed backs from our customers who have been contributing in the development and improvement of our organization.