When someone speaks of biscuits, the first image that comes to our mind is of Parle-G. Parle-G is not just a biscuit, it is our emotion. We have so many memories associated with it. Even after so many years, Parle-G has a monopoly in the industry. So far many biscuits have come in the market but the dominance of Parle ji is still the same.
Be it the people of Aamir class or the poor, this biscuit is everyone’s favorite. There have been so many changes in the world, but Parle-G is the only thing on which there is no effect of the change of the world. Even today its test is the same as it was many years ago. Parle-G does not compromise on its taste and quality. That’s why this brand is still popular today.
From the packaging of Parle-G (G) Mane Genius Parle-G biscuits to its tagline, everything was very popular. Even today, people remember the tagline of Parle-G. Parle-G “G” means genius. From the tagline, you might think that the letter “G” in Parle-G means genius.
But this isn’t true. The story behind the name Parle-G is quite interesting. Today we will tell you its story through this article. So let’s know how Parle-G got its name. And what does the letter “G” stand for?
What is the story of Parle-G?
Parle-G biscuits came into the market even before independence. But then the name of Parle-G used to be Gluco Biscuit. During World War 2, Gluco Biscuit used to be the favorite biscuit of Indian and British soldiers. However, after the independence of India, the production of this biscuit was stopped. This biscuit was made from wheat. After independence, there was a food crisis in the country. As a result, the production of biscuits had to be stopped.
But after some time, Gluco Biscuit came back in the market. Then many competitors came into the market. Britannia had captured the entire market with Glucose-D biscuits. Its Gluco Biscuit was again launched in the market with a new name.
This time the name of the Gluco Biscuit was named Parle-G. The name Parle in Parle-G is derived from the Vile Parle area of Mumbai. where the factory was located. Because it is a glucose biscuit, G is placed behind it. So you must have understood by now that in Parle G, (G) stands for glucose and not genius.