Chaudhary Group

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Chaudhary Group
Type Public
Industry Health Care, Food, Education, Energy
Founded 1970
Founder(s) Mr. Lunkaran Das Chaudhary
Headquarters Chaudhary Groups, Kathmandu, Nepal
Area served Worldwide
Key people Binod Chaudhary
Products CGWai-Wai (noodles), CRT/LCD televisions, Kwiks Cheese Balls, Cheese Rings and Cheese Stars, Sungold beer, Perfect Plends cigarettes
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-industrial transnational conglomerate with the headquarters in Kathmandu, Nepal. The company includes over 40 businesses, spanning across all five continents. It has a recognizable impact on South Asia. The company is a power dominant in production and services of food, beverages, beer, tobacco, consumer electronic products in Nepal. The company focuses on Infrastructure, homes, real estate, healthcare, education and power sector in. It is the only billion dollar company of Nepali origin that also has an impact on the south Asian Food and Beverages market.


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

Wai Wai noodles[edit]

Wai Wai logo

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][4] Wai Wai is pre-cooked and flavoured before packaging, so it can be eaten straight from the package or cooked in soup form.[5] The Chaudhary company has built two plants in India for the manufacture and distribution of Wai Wai noodles.[6]


  1. ^ "Chaudhary Group buys 80% of STM Telecom". telecompaper. Retrieved 15 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Company History". Thai Preserved Food Factory Co.,ltd. 
  3. ^ "". The Himalayan Times. 14 Feb 2013. 
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  5. ^ Om Gupta. Encyclopaedia of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. p. 2603. 
  6. ^ "Wai Wai? It's Nepalese noodles".