Founded in the late 1950’s by E.A.L Man Hin, the Edendale Group has grown throughout the years to be amongst the most recognised Fast Moving Consumer Goods Company in Mauritius with a particular focus on quality and innovation.
Our expertise has proven itself and our driving forces are:
We distribute brands that people love. We have a passionate team working closely with our suppliers on the implementation of their brand strategy and together with the sales and merchandising team we implement a perfect market execution.
Our fleet of trucks for dry, chilled and frozen products covers the island daily, equipped with synchronised order processing for optimised deliveries. Our sales team travels across the country each day delivering products to hypermarkets, supermarkets, traditional shops, hotels, restaurants and pastry shops. The sales teams are equipped with high-tech mobile terminals to efficiently process sales. With a storage capacity of 8,000 m2, our warehouses provide a continuous supply and optimal storage conditions for our dry, chilled and frozen product range.
We commit to a Total Quality Management policy attained through quality service and products. We are a HACCP Certified Company. The objective of the Quality department is to define, establish, inform and implement a structure based on quality systems, thereby guaranteeing a cohesive service and products that meet customer expectations.
Passionate about their work, our team intensely focuses on performing at the highest standards. The group has over 200 dynamic full time employees. Dedicated, we put our clients’ needs first and strive to bring new and innovative solutions through our products and services.
The Edendale Foundation is a non-profit organisation which was created in December 2009 and aspires to make a difference in the lives of Mauritians, with a vision to create an impact for a better tomorrow.
Our commitment goes beyond our public responsibilities and we act to serve the needs of people in our community
We now focus on helping children and families to improve their health and education for they represent our future.
We thank our elders, who have contributed in making the Mauritian society what it is today, by helping in providing them the care that they need today.
We assist our fellow citizens who live with a disability, to help them find their way in our community.
A joint initiative by the Edendale Foundation and Fonterra Co-operative Group had officially launched the Milk for Schools programme – by providing one free glass of milk every school day to targeted Government Schools since the 26th March, 2012. To date, our Milk for Schools programme runs in 6 schools and reaches a total of 1148 children.