Future of Patanjali Stock after Supreme Court Advertising Ban

Patanjali Foods share fell more than 6% since the Supreme Court Advertising Ban on Patanjali Ayurveda.

Here is why it won’t affect the share price in a long run.

Confusion Related to Patanjali Foods vs Patanjali Ayurveda

  • The Supreme Court of India imposed a temporary advertising ban on Patanjali Ayurved for running misleading ads targeting allopathic medicine.
  • Despite confusion, it’s important to note that Patanjali Foods was not the entity targeted by the ban; it was Patanjali Ayurved.
  • Patanjali Group, led by Baba Ramdev, aimed to disrupt the FMCG industry with natural products rooted in Ayurveda, leveraging nationalism and Baba Ramdev’s personal brand.
  • Initially successful, Patanjali faced challenges like competition from MNCs, GST implementation issues, quality control problems, and distribution conflicts.
  • To rejuvenate, Patanjali acquired Ruchi Soya, restructured its organization, separating food and FMCG under Patanjali Foods and wellness under Patanjali Ayurved.
  • Patanjali Foods, a major player in edible oils, aims to diversify its revenue streams with ambitious revenue targets, focusing on the Food and FMCG division for growth.
  • Despite the ban on advertising medicinal products, Patanjali Foods can focus on promoting its edible oils and other products to drive growth.

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