Production Facility Mayfair currently has the capacity to produce 81 tons of sugar confectionery per day. The product category with the largest market share, as well as biggest production capacity, is Deposited Candy. This is followed by Hard Boiled Candies, Bubble Gums, Toffees, Chew Toffees and Soft-boiled Toffees. Asian Food’s foray into sweet confectionery was with the manufacture of candies and toffees. In 1979 Mayfair became the first company to introduce bubble gum to the Pakistani market. To fulfil this latent need of the consumers, Mayfair bought the first fully automated and computerized bubble gum machine from Gabler and Rose Theegarten with a capacity of producing five tons per day. Subsequent expansion occurred with the introduction of the chew toffee line consisting of a computerized Terberaak, Gabler and Rose Theegarten plant. Further addition of capacities added new machines of Ruffinati, Hoberger, Bosch and Hansella. Latest acquisition of a deposited candy plant from Bepex, Terberaak, Eurosicma and GD Acma allows AFI to produce deposited candy on a modern plant and matching the premium quality candies produced by the notable international market leaders.