Definition : Parle form ‘Parle village’ and G stood for ‘Glucose’ or ‘Genius’
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What does Parle-G mean?

Parle-G or Parle Glucose is a brand of biscuits manufactured by Parle Products Pvt Ltd. The “Parle” in Parle-G, is derived from Vile Parle (originally a village called “Parle” in Mumbai), where the first Parle production factory was based. The “G” in the name Parle-G originally stood for “Glucose”, though a later brand slogan also stated “G means Genius”.