20 Types of Biscuits You Must Try

20 Types of Biscuits You Must Try

Biscuits are a handy fast food which are easily available. No grocery shopping is complete without adding biscuits in the cart. There are many varieties of biscuits available today with numerous ingredients to make them appealing to people of all age groups. They are an ideal pair with tea or coffee. Some of the people bake biscuits at home while some buy from the grocery store.
Check them out:

1. Cadbury Oreo

Oreo biscuits are available in a variety of flavours which makes them hugely popular in India. Cadbury India has become Mondelez India Foods Limited since 2014. They changed their name as it was a part of the company’s changeover at the global level. However, the brand name has been retained on all its products. Oreo biscuit with its cream filling was introduced in 1912. Now, it is available in more than 100 countries in the world including India.

Cadbury Oreo

2. Sunfeast Cream Biscuits

Sunfeast is one of the biggest FMCG brands of ITC. Well, ITC is a Kolkata based Indian company with its operations in FMCG, Hospitality, agribusiness, paper and packaging, and IT. ITC launched the Sunfeast brand of biscuits in 2003. They cover premium biscuits to everyday biscuits like digestive biscuits, cream biscuits, cookies with nuts, oat biscuits etc.

Sunfeast Cream Biscuits

3. Coconut Crunch by Priyagold

Surya Food &Agro Limited was set up by B P Agarwal and his sons in 1994. Priyagold is a brand under it. They sell a variety of biscuits and other food items. They have their factories in Surat, Haridwar, Gwalior, and Greater Noida. Their most famous biscuit is Coconut Crunch.

Coconut Crunch by Priyagold

4. Parle-G

The brand Parle has become famous because of its popular biscuit named Parle-G. This company was founded in 1929 and is a leading manufacturer of confectionery and biscuits. Parle-G is the largest selling biscuit in the world. It has other biscuits like Monaco, Krackjack, Cheeselibuisgs etc. coming in different flavors and forms suitable for every taste.


5. Unibic Choco Chip Cookies

Unibic India has its manufacturing unit set up in Bengaluru. It is a subsidiary of Unibic Australia. Earlier, the company used to import the biscuits from Australia but now, they manufacture them in India. They have a variety of biscuits including dry fruits, sugar-free, chocolates etc. They concentrate largely on the healthy biscuit sector by including chyawanprash as the ingredient.

Unibic Choco Chip Cookies

6. Anmol

Anmol biscuits were started in 1994 from a small unit in Kolkata. Today they produce 61 variants in biscuits and cookies and 26 kinds of cakes as their products. They have their manufacturing units spread in the states of UP, Odisha, Bihar, and West Bengal. Their aim is to garner a strong national presence. The categories of biscuits produced by them are- sweet biscuits, cookies, crackers, health biscuits, and cream biscuits.



Britannia Marie Gold

Britannia Industries has its headquarters in Bengaluru. They mainly produce bakery products like bread, biscuits, cakes, and dairy products like cheese, curd, and milk. It was established in 1892 in Kolkata. Today everyone knows this brand as it is the largest biscuit manufacturer in the country. They have other biscuits like Jim Jam, Pure Magic, Little Hearts, Good Day, etc. which are equally popular.

Britannia Marie Gold

8. Patanjali

Patanjali has recently started their operation in biscuits. They claim to sell biscuits made from 100 percent wheat flour with no Maida, triphosphate, and cholesterol content.


9. Butter Cracker by Cremica

Cremica is another biscuit brand popular in Northern India. It was started in the year 1978 by Mrs. Rajni Bector who was a baking lover. The other variants are MagiCream, Digestive, and Bisko.

Butter Cracker by Cremica

10. Cheesy Nibbles by Dukes

Dukes is manufactured by Ravi Foods Private Limited having its headquarters in Hyderabad. The company has laboratories to maintain the qualities of their products. They have set up factories in multiple locations. They manufacture top quality products for the complete satisfaction of their customers. Other variants include cookies and cream filled biscuits.

Cheesy Nibbles by Dukes

11. McVitie’s Digestive Biscuits

McVitie’s is a British brand which entered India in 2010. Their best-selling product is McVitie’s Digestive which was launched in six major cities. Celebrities like Kajol and Bipasha Basu have endorsed the health benefits of these biscuits. The reason that they have become so popular is that of the absence of refined flour and the use of whole wheat flour in manufacture.

McVitie’s Digestive Biscuits

12. Bisk Farm

Bisk Farm is a popular biscuit brand owned by SAJ Food Products Limited. It is a part of the Aparna Group of Companies. It was established in the year 2000 and has become one of the best-selling biscuit brands in India. They have their manufacturing plants in South and East Asia where they make cookies, pastries, bread, cakes, and other confectionaries.

Bisk Farm

13. Salt Biscuits by Rose

Rose biscuits are produced by Veeramani Biscuit Industries Limited, famously known as VBIL. It was founded in the year 1987 in the areas of Hyderabad. It produces other variety of biscuits like cream biscuits, glucose biscuits, Marie biscuits etc.

Salt Biscuits by Rose

14. Black Jack by Bonn

Bonn has become a leading biscuit manufacturer in the Indian market. Their biscuit ‘Black-Jack’ has taken the market by storm as it is a delicious chocolate cream biscuit baked till perfection. They have other range of biscuits like Nice, Cream delight, cashew butter cookies, and many more.

Black Jack by Bonn

15. Horlicks

Biscuits by Horlicks were introduced in the year 1992, and since then it has gained wide popularity. They are liked by the people of all age groups. Every pack provides 100 percent calcium, and the biscuits are available in the flavour of elaichi and the standard flavour.


16. Cream biscuit by Sobisco

Sobisco is a part of Sona Biscuits Limited Group incorporated during 1992. It has a head office in Kolkata, and presently it is working as an ISO 22000 organization. It also has a membership of the American Institute of Bakery. The company offers 54 different products under categories of salted biscuits, cream biscuits, sweet biscuits, and semi-sweet biscuits. They work majorly in sweet biscuit and cream biscuit segment.

Cream biscuit by Sobisco

17. Sweet Biscuit by Nezone

Nezone Biscuits started as an organization in 1996 and has an annual turnover of INR 100 crore. They produce 40 different types of biscuits like Marie biscuit and elaichi biscuit to name a few.

Sweet Biscuit by Nezone

18. Eggless Premium Biscuits by Frontier

Frontier Biscuit Factory was set up in the year 1921 in West Pakistan by Late Mr. Mangal Sain. After partition, Mr. Munshi Ram Sethi, his son continued the business at Sadar Bazar, Delhi. When their biscuits gained popularity, they started their Processing Zones in Haryana and Delhi. Their Eggless Premium Biscuits are best in quality and a top favourite among the consumers.

Eggless Premium Biscuits by Frontier

19. Jeera Cookies from Kwality Biscuits

Kwality Biscuits was established in 2007. They are serving great quality of cookies made by highly skilled professionals. Other variants of biscuits include Badam Biscuit and Cookies, Pista Biscuits, and Sweet Cookies.

Jeera Cookies

20. Fruit Biscuits from Karachi Bakery

Karachi Bakery makes one of the best fruit biscuits in India. It is located in Moazzam Jahi Market in Hyderabad. It was founded by Sri KhanchandRamnani ji. It is one of the popular bakeries in India. No Hyderabad trip is complete without going to this place. It is famous for its fruit biscuits, plum cake, and dilkush.

Fruit Biscuits