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Increased demand for Finagle products across the globe

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Frozen products 

Finagle Lanka Ltd. Founder and Managing Director Mahinda Ranasinghe and the Board of Directors of the company consisting of family members claimed another achievement in the export sector, with the increased demand for Finagle products across the globe. 

Frozen products

A trendsetter in the industry, Finagle Lanka exports a range of local traditional food items to USA, UK, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Seychelles, Maldives and shortly to Australia. The export products consist of pol roti, roast paan, fish buns, patties, seeni sambol buns, kottu rotti and other savoury items.

Finagle Lanka ownership is entirely divided amongst its Chairman Anoma Ranasinghe, Founder and Managing Director Mahinda Ranasinghe and their three daughters. 

It is the first and only company in Sri Lanka to receive FSSC 22000 certification for its bakery and frozen dough production processes. The FSSC 22000 certification was awarded to Finagle Lanka following an audit completed by SGS, a global leader in the inspection, verification, testing and certification of food and ingredient manufacturers.  The FSSC 22000 Food Safety System Certification provides a framework for effectively managing an organisation's food safety responsibilities. FSSC 22000 is fully recognised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and is based on existing ISO Standards. It demonstrates the fact that a company has a robust Food Safety Management System in place that meets the requirements of its customers and consumers.

“Having commenced with a small scale cake baking operation from home, we have come a long way after 25 years with a state-of-the-art factory, producing a variety of bakery products of international standard,” stated Mahinda Ranasinghe. “Having diversified into exports, the feedback received by our buyers is a positive step towards highlighting the excellence of Finagle products. It is pleasing to see our export products performing beyond expectations, and having taken advantage of the currency changes in the recent past, it has been a boost to our organisation.”

Finagle Lanka is one of the leading industrial bakeries in Sri Lanka, manufacturing and distributing bakery products Island-wide. It is the single largest investor in Sri Lanka in the bakery industry with its manufacturing facility situated at the Ekala Estate Industrial Zone in Ja-Ela.

With its strong distributor network, the company’s customer base includes leading supermarkets, groceries, hotels, hospitals, clubs, casinos, restaurants, industries and international food chains in Sri Lanka. Maldives. Finagle Lanka holds a solid market share of more than 52% in modern trade and distribution of its product throughout the island. 


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