Sweet Utsav’s goal is to provide the Sydney community with authentic Indian savories & sweets and hence the motto “When only the best will do” Sweet Utsav does not compromise on ingredients and procedure and uses only the finest of ingredients and time-tested procedures that deliver a quality product.
Surya Prakash Revu is the founder of Melbourne’s largest Premium Sweets and snacks manufacturers “Sweet India”. He commenced operations in 2009 opening the factory in Hoppers Crossing in 2009. From its manufacturing base initially in Hoppers Crossing it has now grown into Melbourne’s largest Premium Sweets and Snacks Manufacturer with 6 outlets all over Australia.
Sweet Utsav was born from the same person who pursued his dream of setting up Australia’s largest sweet and snacks manufacturing factory at Seven Hills, Sydney. It will cater to distribute sweets to selected outlets in Sydney and Canberra.
Surya Prakash Revu — Founder and CEO Prakash has devoted his life in getting the best premium sweets to Australia and with a decade of experience, having successfully set up Melbourne largest Sweet and Snack Manufacturers has created “Sweet Utsav” as his largest sweets venture in Australia.
Brian Pereira — Brian has more than 25 years of business expertise and has been successfully involved with setting up large corporate and hospitality businesses over more than two decades in Melbourne
Chefs — The chefs at Sweet Utsav have decades of experience in the Sweet and Snack industry in India. It is with this rich experience that we at Sweet Utsav offer the best quality sweets and snacks. Our expert sweet makers have experience in making sweets and snacks from all regions of the sub-continent. Our team is passionate about providing excellent customer service and will assist consumers in making choices. Our chefs have also conducted extensive research in the art of creating various innovative sweets with improved processes and quality. We continue to keep pace with modern trends and analyse the needs, demands and desire of our customers