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Chaudhary Group

Chaudhary Group
Industry Health care, food, education, energy
Founded 1970
Founder Mr. Lunkaran Das Chaudhary
Headquarters Chaudhary Groups, Kathmandu, Nepal
Area served
Key people
Binod Chaudhary (President)
Revenue US$ 1 billion
Divisions CG Automobiles (Nepal),
CG Biotech & Ayurveda (Nepal),
CG Cement (Nepal),
CG Education (Nepal),
CG Electronics & White Goods (Nepal),
CG Energy (Nepal),
CG Financial Services (Nepal),
CG FMCG (Nepal),
CG Health Care (Nepal).

Chaudhary Group is a multi-national conglomerate with the headquarters in Kathmandu, Nepal. The company includes over forty businesses.


The president of Chaudhary Group is Binod Chaudhary.[1]

Wai Wai noodles

Logo of Wai Wai noodles

Wai Wai is a brand of instant noodles produced in Thailand by Thai Preserved Food Factory Co since 1972,[2] and in Nepal by Chaudhary Group with technical assistance from Thai preserved Food Factory Co. since 1985.[3] Wai Wai is pre-cooked and flavoured before packaging, so it can be eaten straight from the package or cooked in soup form. The Chaudhary company has built two plants in India for the manufacture and distribution of Wai Wai noodles. Wai Wai is mostly consumed raw (99%) but also can be consumed cooked as well(1%).[4] Wai Wai was banned in Tamil Nadu state of India for period of 3 months citing higher level of lead.[5] Assam Government had also banned Wai wai for 1 month for the presence of high amount of mono sodium glutamate under Food safety and standard act 2006.[6]


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External links

  • - Official Chaudhary Group food website
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