McVitie’s is part of the pladis group, formerly known as United Biscuits, based in London. The pladis group has three brands under its banner, Godiva, McVitie’s and Ulker, which are sold to many countries around the world and are the top 4 biscuit manufacturers in the world. McVitie's biscuit is used by the British royal family, with the highest honor of the Royal warrant of appointment for the Queen, making cakes for the British royal family's historical celebrations, such as the Queen's Diamond Wedding and Prince William's wedding.
McVitie’s biscuits started in 1830 and was the world's first digestive biscuit. In the UK, McVitie’s is the number one seller in the biscuit brand, making it the favorite biscuit of the British. McVitie Digestive Biscuit is widely loved by consumers around the world and has been sold in more than 120 countries. The amount of McVitie digestive biscuit baked in a year is enough to circle around the earth four times. The concept of digestive biscuits originated in the 19th century England. The biscuits made from baking soda have pharmacodynamics properties and help with the digestion of food. After many years of improving the formula, the removal of unfavorable ingredients (such as saturated fat, salt, etc.) adding better materials to have a unique digestive biscuit that is delicious and high-fiber.