Trade and Business:

Acme International is an importer and distributor to the Indian and Pakistani ethnic grocery stores, doing business in the southeastern states GA, FL, SC, NC, TN, AL and MS. We are currently operating from a 60,000 square feet warehouse in Norcross, GA, with a 3,000 square feet frozen and 800 square feet refrigerated facility.

Our current product portfolio comprises of several popular brands as well as our own house brand under the name of “Real” Taste of Homeland. We carry a complete line of foods as well as health & beauty products carried by almost every store catering to the South Asian communities from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Myanmar.

Our product range comprises of Traditional Spices, Blended Spices, Basmati Rice, Sona Masoori Rice, Various Flours, Grains, Lentils, Beans, Snacks, Dairy Products, Frozen Foods, Sweets, and regional Health and Beauty products.

Brands we proudly represent and distribute:

Basmati Rice
  • Dawaat Basmati of LT Foods
  • Kitchen King & Regal Basmati of Pari Foods
  • Alishaan Basmati of Sunstar Overseas Ltd
Non-Basmati Rice
  • Complete range of non-basmati rice in “Deccan” brand of Deccan Foods
  • Complete range of non-basmati rice in “Kitchen King” brand of Pari Foods
  • Complete range of non-basmati rice in “Real” brand of Acme International

• MTR Foods

• Priya Foods

• Amul – Entire Range of Butter, Cheese, Ice Creams, Chocolates, Shakes, Drinks & Frozen Snacks & Entrees, 

• Haldiram Snacks and Frozen Desserts, Snacks, and Entrees

• Ching’s brand of Capital Foods, India

• Eastern brand blended spices, pickles and instant mixes of Eastern Foods

• Karachi Cookies of Karachi Bakery

• 777 brand Spices, Pickels, Sevai and Pappad

• Colonel Kababz – Frozen non-veg range of Kababs of Kaiser Foods

• Bombaywalla – Complete range of frozen IQF Vegetables, Fruit Pulp

• Gopi and Karoun brand of Karoun Dairies

• Brar’s Sweets

• Complete range of Spices, Lentils, Beans, Flours, and other foods items in our own

house brand “Real Taste of Homeland”