Mishti Hub

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Bangla Mishti Hub
State-owned enterprise
IndustrySmall and medium-sized enterprises
Area served
Key people
Debashis Sen
ProductsSweets & Snacks

Mishti Hub (মিষ্টি হাব) is an MSME enterprise established by the Government of West Bengal to promote different types of sweets of Indian state of West Bengal. One can have sweets made by renowned manufacturers and also by traditional manufactures from different parts of Bengal, in one place, under one roof, its only one of its kind in the state of West Bengal. It is located near Gate No.3 in Eco Park, New town.[1]


Mishti Hub, is another one of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's brain child, developed by HIDCO. The project was conceptualised by HIDCO in the year 2016 and the construction started from 2017.[1] It was inaugurated on July 5, 2018 by State Urban Development minister Firhad Hakim.[2] The Hub have 10 popular and prominent sweet manufacturers of Kolkata, as well as one sweet shop from districts, which will change from time to time giving the opportunity to other district shop to offer their special sweets. To maintain quality and class, all the sweet shops in the hub have an experience of 25 years or more in the sweet industry.[3]

Contemporary times[edit]

Mishti Hub, having in total 11 shops providing varieties of new and traditional sweets from all over West Bengal will remain open from 12 noon to 9 PM. [2]

The Sweet shops[edit]

Sweet Shop Speciality
K.C. Das Rosho Malancho
Banchharam Abar khabo
Gupta Brothers Mango Sandesh
Balaram Mullick & Radharaman Mullick Baked Rosogolla
Ganguram Malai Chop
Nalin Chandra Das & Sons Malai Roll
Mithai Ghondhoraj lebur doi
Mishti Katha Doi Rosogolla
Naba Krishna Guin Chanar Gillipi
Hindusthan Sweets Cream Roll

Seasonal Sweet Shop[edit]

Mishti Bangla Speciality
Burdwan Sitabhog & Mihidana
Shaktigarh Lyangcha
Baharampur Channabora
Krishnanagar Sarpuria/Sarbhaja


  1. ^ a b "Mishti Hub to open doors on July 5". The Times of India. Retrieved 2018-07-30.
  2. ^ a b "Firhad Hakim to inaugurate Mishti Hub on July 5". Millenniumpost.in. Retrieved 2018-07-30.
  3. ^ "New Town 'Mishti' hub to open doors soon". The Times of India. Retrieved 2018-07-30.