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The NIFTY FMCG Index was created to represent how Indian companies involved in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry behave. It includes businesses that deal with those non-durable, mass-market goods and products that are readily available off the shelf.


Name Percentage Market Capitalization(in Cr.)
HUL 28.99% 4,59,870
ITC 20.46% 3,24,471
Nestle India 10.11% 1,60,459
Dabur India 5.41% 85,858
Britannia Industries 5.06% 80,260
Godrej Consumer Products 4.67% 74,168
Marico 3.85% 61,139
United Spirits 3.35% 53,208
Varun Beverages 3.07% 48,784
P&G care 2.74% 43,453
Colgate-Palmolive India 2.53% 40,221
United Breweries 2.40% 38,199
Jubilant Foodworks 2.03% 32,307
Emami 1.12% 17,827
NIFTY FMCG 100% 15,85,806

Five FMCG sector stocks in total are listed on the Nifty 50 Index.
Tata Consumer Products, Britannia, HUL Ltd, ITC Ltd, and Nestle India Ltd.
This demonstrates the remarkable proportion of 11.04 percent that the Nifty FMCG sectors hold in the Nifty 50 Index.


  1. Favourable Government Policies :- Indian Government has passed the policies aimed at attaining international competitiveness through lifting of the quantitative restrictions, reducing excise duties etc.
  2. Low Labour Cost :- After China and Indonesia India’s labour cost is lowest in the world.
  3. Availability of Raw Material :- India is the one of the major producers of livestock, milk, sugarcane, coconut, spices and cashew and is the second largest producer of rice, wheat and fruits & vegetables.
  4. Rural Consumption :- Rural India accounts for 70% of the total Indian Population and 40% of FMCG market. This rural market has enough potential for the growth of the FMCG market.
  5. Changes in import and export relations between countries worldwide can affect the revenues and profits of the energy sectors.
  6. Demographic View :- India occupies a significant position on the global arena due to its consumption of products and services as the second most populous nation in the world. This shows that the country holds immense potential for the growth of the FMCG sector.


Investing is the simplest way to set aside money while you are busy with life and have that money work for you. To invest in Nifty 50 stocks you need to -

  • Step 1- Choose a trusted broker
  • Step 2- Open an online demat account
  • Step 3- Allocate sufficient funds in your demat account
  • Step 4- There are 3 ways to invest in Nifty FMCG stocks :-
    1. Buy stocks in the same percentage as their weight in the Nifty FMCG Index.
    2. Buy any particular stock or group of stocks as per your analysis from Nifty FMCG Index.
    3. Buy / Sell the Index Futures of Nifty FMCG Index.
  • Step 5- Find your Entry price and exit price for better risk management, in case your analysis goes wrong.


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