India. The 1920s. Edward Keventer, a Danish dairy entrepreneur, decides to establish dairy manufacturing units in India. Within a decade he has set up-eponymous plants in Delhi, Aligarh, Calcutta and Darjeeling. By the 1940s Edward Keventer emerges as one of the prominent dairy manufacturers in India. After Independence the dairy acquires Indian ownership, when Ram Krishna Dalmia buys the Keventer dairy project located in Sardar Patel Marg from Edward Keventer’s son, Werner. Thereafter, the company is known by the name Edward Keventer [Successors] Pvt. Ltd.