The company, which has been in India for 105 years, said it was able to achieve the feat last year despite having to "adapt to significant changes in the external environment".
Commenting on the annual results, Nestle India CMD Suresh Narayanan said: "It is extremely pleasing that we ended 2017 on a strong note by reaching a historic milestone of over Rs 10,000 crore in revenue, in a year where we had to adapt to significant changes in the external environment".
HUL and ITC are among the few listed FMCG companies which have annual sales of more than Rs 10,000 crore.
Nestle India, which follows January-December period as its fiscal year, recorded total sales of Rs 10,135.11 crore last year, up 7.71 per cent from Rs 9,409.60 crore in 2016.
Its domestic sales were up 8.21 per cent to Rs 9,472.45 crore, as against Rs 8,753.08 crore of 2016. Exports were up 0.93 per cent to Rs 662.66 crore as against Rs 656.52 crore in 2016.
Its net sales during the quarter under review were up 10.91 per cent to Rs 2,589.64 crore, as against Rs 2,334.78 crore.
"We will continue to be responsive, committed to society, nimble-footed and an organization that lives up to its purpose of enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future," Narayanan said.
It had relaunched the noodles in November, five months after it went off the market due to a ban by FSSAI over alleged presence of lead beyond permissible limits.
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