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Green industry – Green Group

Green Industry

The Green Industry, which has been continuously introducing international quality standards and is known in the domestic market for its products tailored to the Mongolian tastebud, has now entered the world market under the “Taliin Mongol” brand.

Since its establishment in 2012, Green Industry has been continuously introducing international quality standards in its factories for their products suited to Mongolian people. In order to deliver new, healthy and organic products to their customers, they have gradually introduced international quality standards such as Quality management MNS 9001: 2010, Environmental management MNSISO 14001: 2016, Occupational safety and health management ISO 45001: 2018 standard. As a manufacturer, especially as a food producer, the continuous introduction of state-of-the-art modern testing equipment and quality systems is an incentive to achieve its goal of delivering quality and healthy products to consumers. According to a study, the “Lapsha” brand has accounted for 77 percent of the domestic noodle market since 2012, and they have been achieving their goal for 10 consecutive years. In addition to continuous innovation in the group’s products and

The company has been cooperating with the suppliers of the “Sakura” and “Slava” brands, the first products of the Green Group, for more than 10 years.

services, the core strategy of constantly updating their equipment further strengthens their position in the market. Furthermore, Green Industry has expanded its operations by launching a noodle factory with a capacity of 35 tons per day in 2014 and the “Lapsha” a sliced noodle factory with a capacity of 15 tons per day in 2019. With its new technology introduced at the “Lapsha” brand, the company produces handmade like sliced noodles with no food additives. These are the main features

that distinguish it from similar products. The company, which produces dry and wet noodles, fortified flour, and Multigrain Flour from pure wheat grown in Mongolia to suit Mongolian dietary habits, is now challenging the export market with its rich experience and innovative solutions. A clear example of this is the fact that “Taliin Mongol” noodles are in high demand in the Chinese market and are receiving large orders.

The “Lapsha” brand alone has accounted for 77% of the domestic noodles market since 2012.

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