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Caf Coffee Day, the first Indian Coffee chain to open a branch in Pakistan, is to come up with two more outlets in the next few months and 30-50 more in the next three to five years. Amin Hashwani of the Hashwani Group, the franchise partner, has said he pla...
Coffee outlets might have been an example for tea manufacturers. Companies like Wagh Bakri group and Jivraj Tea are planning to build a chain of tea bars in Gujarat to make the high quality tea avalilable to the local consumer. They will serve not only tea, bu... :: Our Bureau
India's coffee exports for the year 2006-07 could touch 2,58,547 tonnes, surpassing the previous best of 2,46,908 tonnes in 2000-01. The Coffee Board, which releases shipment permits for exports, said the total earnings would cross Rs 2,000 crore (around $450 ... :: Our Bureau
Nestl and the Coca-Cola have reached a final agreement on focusing the activities of their Beverage Partners Worldwide (BPW) joint venture. The agreement, which is subject to certain regulatory approvals, is expected to come into force by April 30. Under the... :: Our Bureau
The famous Monsooned Malabar coffee is now on its way to get a Geographical Indication (GI) registration. The Coffee Board has put up the Monsooned Malabar coffee, which seasons due to high humidity, for registration at the GI office and is soon to get the GI ... :: Our Bureau
Ginger Hotels, the Gen Next Smart Basics hotels from Tata's Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), has announced an innovative partnership with Caf Coffee Day. Launching this May, the Ginger Hotel in Bangalore will have a Caf Coffee Day outlet as the latest g... :: Our Bureau
Tea, water and coffee are the products which keep the management of Tata Tea busy in these days. Tata Coffee, Asia's largest coffee plantation company and a subsidiary of Tata Tea, will set up a coffee processing factory wioth a capacity of 3,600 tonnes in Uga... :: Our Bureau
Delhi will get India's first Starbucks store by October. The American coffee chain plans to set up five stores in the capital. It hopes to open the Delhi store in October. The coffee retailer's application to the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) was... :: Our Bureau
Even as Starbucks is planning an entry into India, Caf Coffee Day (CCD) is gearing up to aggressively compete with them locally while even planning to take them on in international markets. The company is planning 700 caf-outlets across the country in addit... :: Our Bureau
The Central Coffee Research Institute (CCRI) has developed a new coffee bean variety which would be released by end 2007. After 21 years of research, the CCRI expects to release the new variety on December 15. The yet-to-be named hybrid, hi-yielding arabica va... :: Our Bureau
India's earnings through coffee exports are likely to rise to Rs.20,000 million (approximately 364 million) by 2010 from the current level of Rs.16,500 million, ASSOCHAM (Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India) has forecasted. The quantity is e... :: Our Bureau
After a failed partnership plan with Starbucks, Pantaloon Retail is understood to have signed up with California-based Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. According to a report in an India business daily, the deal has been signed with the U.S. coffee chain through its ... :: Our Bureau
The Coffee retailing sector in India is booming today, with several companies active in the market. Some are local entities, some have come from abroad and have tied up with local companies, and some seem to prepare themselves for an entry sooner or later. The... :: By M. A. Winter
The Indian coffee scenario looks quite bright, as many Indians, a majority of them traditionally tea drinkers, have discovered some time ago the enjoyment of drinking coffee. Coffee chains like Barista, now owned by Italian Lavazza, Caf Coffee Day and Costa C... :: Our Bureau
India, one of the worlds largest tea and coffee producers, will be the destination this year of a trade fair specialising on tea and coffee. Rotating annually between Asia and Europe since 1995, Tea & Coffee World Cup (TCWC) will be held this year in India, ... :: Our Bureau
As informed already by the organizer, this years Tea & Coffee World Cup/ASIA 2008 will take place in Hyderabad from 20. to 22. November. Parallel to the exhibition there will be a symposium. Whereas the fair showcases the latest equipment featuring the most r... :: Our Bureau
The Dutch electronics group Philips has announced that it would acquire Saeco International Group S.p.A., the Italian espresso machine maker. Saeco has a 30 per cent share of the European coffee maker market and had a full-year turnover of 318 million and 140... :: Our Bureau
Caf Coffee Day, the coffee chain with the red logo, has announced the acquisition of a Czech Republic caf chain Caf Emporio. The deal is valued at Rs 15 crore. The acquisition represents Caf Coffee Days intention to increase its international presence,... :: Our Bureau
Four Season Wines, a part of giant beverage major United Spirits, is said to be in talks some coffee and restaurants chains, including Cafe Coffee Day, for serving wines in their outlets, media reported. This move seems to be on the path of Aromas, an Austral... :: Our Bureau
In a significant step toward market entry in India, Starbucks Coffee Company on January 13 has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tata Coffee Limited, one of the regions leading providers of premium arabica coffee beans, for sourcing ... :: Our Bureau
Italy's leading coffee roaster, Lavazza, plans to built a new coffee production plant in India. The location would be at Sri City, Andhra Pradesh. To strengthen its presence in India, Lavazza had taken over coffee-chain Barista and Fresh & Honest Caf compa... :: Our Bureau
Caf Coffee Day (CCD), part of India's largest integrated coffee conglomerate Amalgamated Bean Coffee Trading Company Ltd, has major expansion plans for the next few years. The company is looking at opening 1,000 new outlets by 2014, which would take the numbe... :: Our Bureau
World coffee production in 2011/12 is forecast to outpace consumption for a second consecutive year, although ending stocks are expected to remain tight, USDA says in its latest report. Production is forecast to decline a moderate 2.9 million bags. Stocks are... :: Our Bureau
Food major Nestl India performed extremly well in the last quarter ended March 31. The unaudited figures which have been published show an increase of net profit by 22.4% to Rs 108.5 crore, compared to Rs 88.64 crore for the same quarter a year ago. Overall s... :: Our Bureau
Coca-Cola India will change its strategy for Georgia, its tea and coffee brand sold through vending machines, and will push Georgia Gold which is available exclusively at McDonalds outlets across the country. It seems that the strategy to sell Georgia to the ... :: Our Bureau
US-based coffee retailer Starbucks has filed a revised application with the Foreign Investment Promotion Board for a market entry into India. Starbucks would go the franchise route, sources said, and may open upto 100 oulets already in early next year. The ea... ::
The mineral water market is booming, especially in India. The market opportunities have made Seabuckthorn Indage Ltd, known for its famous Leh Berry brand, to step into the mineral water segment with its new brand Mountain Spring. Mountain Spring, priced at R... :: Our Bureau
International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private equity arm of World Bank, may invest Rs 23 crore($4.7million) in Jaipuria Group's Cream Bell, an ice cream maker. IFC will pick up 20% stake in the company. IFC has conducted due diligence to pick up 20% st... :: Our Bureau
Foodindustryindia.com interviewed Mr. Manjit S. Gill, Executive Corporate Chef of ITC-Welcomgroup hotel chain on the companys procurement strategy and restaurant expansion plans. Foodindustryindia.com: ITC-Welcomgroup has created some of Indias most exclus... :: Our Bureau
Soups and soap maker Unilever announced "broad-based sales growth accross all regions and categories on Thursday in Rotterdam when presenting its second quarter and half year results. The producer of Dove soap, Lipton tea and Knorr soups reported a 3% growth... :: Our Bureau
Kraft Foods, the world's largest cookie maker, may launch its international biscuit brands in India. The company is looking at launching biscuit brands Oreo and Ritz, chocolate brands Toblerone and Milka, instant coffee brand, Maxwell Coffee House and the cere... :: Our Bureau
Restaurant chain Nirula's, well-known in Delhi and Northern India, has recently announced a plan to become a national player in the hospitality industry. To achieve that, the company will open more than 150 new outlets until 2009. The expansion plan comes clos... :: By M. A. Winter
Mrs. Bectors Food Specialities, a company from Ludhiana in Punjab which operates 4 plants, is another success story of an Indian company in the food processing industry. All began when Mrs. Bector started to make home made ice cream which was liked by many pe... :: By M. A. Winter
Starbucks and PepsiCo have recently announced that they are expanding their relationship beyond North America. The worlds largest coffee chain and PepsiCo have signed a deal to sell Starbucks ready-to-drink beverages in international markets, including those ... :: Our Bureau
Today, Annapoorna World of Food India 2007 opens at the Bombay Exhibition Center in Mumbai. The food fair, which is organised by Indian industry association FICCI together with Koelnmesse, Germany, will be held until 21. November in a facility close to the M... :: Our Bureau
The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) has again proposed measures to be taken to re-energize the lagging agricultural sector and to boost the food processing industry. This comes after some major proposals had been given by FICCI r... :: Our Bureau
FoodIndustryIndia.com talked to Kapil Nayyar, Assistant Director of luxury hotel The Grand, New Delhi, about the Indian market for beverages, the wishes of guests and visible trends, and about the challenge to be a F&B manager in an increasingly competitive en... :: M. A. Winter
Howard Schultz, the chairman of Starbucks who has made it a global brand, is returning to the post of chief executive, replacing Jim Donald, in response to problems resulting from the rapid growth of the company. A company media release said the move was part... :: Our Bureau
For the calorie conscious and the weight conscious users of dairy products there is some good news from the topmost brand in Indian dairy productsAmul. Its recent introductions include Amul Lite a low-calorie bread spread and Amul Lite and Trim Milk... :: Vincent Van Ross
Despite the excise duty slash to 8% from 16% on processed food and the exemption of excise duty on packaged coconut water, buns, puffed rice, milk containing edible nuts, tea and coffee pre-mixes industry experts feel retail prices will not be impacted much. ... :: Our Bureau
The India growth story, so far, has been an absorbing and inspiring tale. Beginning January 1, 2005, the economy has recorded a growth rate of over 8 per cent in 12 successive quarters up to December 31, 2007. In the first three years of the UPA Government, t... :: Our Bureau
Consumers seeking to buy their daily requirements in Metro cities nowadays have not only a big choice of which food brand to buy, but also where to buy. This can be a modern supermarket, which come along in different formats, a convenience shop, or a tradition... :: M. A. Winter
Bakers Circle, a leading Indian producer of frozen bakery and confectionery, will launch its products in the retail segment and enter a new business. Bakers Circle, a Gurgaon based company with a new factory in Uttarakhand, produces breads like baguette, r... :: M. A. Winter
Partha Datta Gupta, so far the chief executive officer of Barista, has left the coffee chain Barista to join the Swatch Group. He has joined the Swatch Group from September 1, 2008 to become its country head. Before joining Barista in June 2005, Partha Datta ... :: Our Bureau
In the past, it was clear to everyone that India is a tea drinking nation. Tea gardens in Darjeeling or Assam were and are still known all over the world. Against this background it is astonishing at first appearance when tea is promoted in Indian supermarkets... :: FII Reporter
The total import of sensitive items for the period April-March 09 has been Rs.45877.3 crore (approx. 7.6 bn Euros) as compared to Rs.35919.3 crore during the corresponding period of last year, the Ministry of Commerce & Industry has informed in a release. The ... :: Our Bureau
US soft-drinks and snacks giant PepsiCo and Tata Tea are exploring the formation of a joint venture in non-carbonated beverages. The JV would cover liquid beverages, particularly in the enhanced wellness area, but excludes carbonated soft drinks, ambient temp... ::
Tata Tea, a part of the Tata group, in May has decided to change its name to Tata Global Beverages, to better reflect the nature of the business of the company with a variety of different beverage categories. The new name is available, Tata informed about a c... :: Our Bureau
American baked food, meat, coffee and beverage major Sara Lee Corp. reports strong results for the fiscal year 2010 (ended on July 3). Operating income was up significantly for the year, driven by improved operating segment income across all five continuing bu... :: Our Bureau
A set of trade shows coming up in August wants to show not only food products and equipment, but wants also to proof the transformation in Indian agriculture over the last years. "Indias transition from AgriCulture to AgriBusiness is the proliferation of mega... :: Our Bureau
Nestl CEO Paul Bulcke gave the annual City Food Lecture in London, UK, and has used his keynote speech to warn the food industry that water scarcity is one of the greatest threats it faces. In his speech, Water the linchpin of food security, Bulcke argue... :: Our Bureau
June 1 is the World Milk Day. The day was founded by FAO (Food and Agricultural Organisation of the UN) in 2001 and it offers an opportunity to celebrate all aspects of milk. The day also provides a possibility to focus attention on what is happening on the w... :: By M. Winter
June 1 is the World Milk Day. The day was founded by FAO (Food and Agricultural Organisation of the UN) in 2001 and it offers an opportunity to celebrate all aspects of milk. This year more than 35 countries take part and have arranged various activities to ho... :: Our Bureau
FICCI, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, has proposed to solve the problem of lacking cold chain facilities in India which leads to subsequent gigantic wastages through longer tax holidays for investors. In a detailed note to the Fin... :: Our Bureau
AAHAR, earlier a dedicated food fair, has opened its gates today in Delhi. Besides a so far undisclosed number of estimatedly 100 food companies which are mainly located in hall 18 which was upgraded for the show with mobile air-conditions, and a nearby tent,... :: Our Bureau
The food hall number 18 of Aahar 2008 saw very good visitor-ship on Wednesday, 12. March, the third day of opening. Whereas the visitors kept exhibitors busy even before noon, the stream of visitors became much larger after 1 pm. The photo shows a part of ha... :: Our Bureau
The 4th edition of the Food & Technology Expo 2008 will open its gate tomorrow at New Delhis Pragati Maidan. It will be held at hall 11 which is air-conditioned. On a gross space of 4000 sqm, more than 100 companies will exhibit their products, organiser NNS... :: Our Bureau
The Opera Consortium, an Italian body of 17 giant food and agri-cooperatives, held its first Day of Italian Food in New Delhi on Monday at the Taj Mahal Hotel. A delegation of 25 Italians from different companies had come to India to promote their various prod... :: M. A. Winter
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India would be set up in the next days, its Chairman Dr. P. I. Suvrathan has said at an interaction organised by industry chamber FICCI last week. Addressing the first industry interaction organised by FICCI, after h... :: Our Bureau
Shri Subodh Kant Sahai, Union Minister for Food Processing Industries, has stressed the need to confer the same status on the Food Processing industry as has been conferred upon the Infrastructure industry. Talking to various representatives of the Industry at... :: Our Bureau
The International Food & Drink Expo India 2009 by British Tarsus Group has opened its gates today in hall 11 of Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. The fair has many exhibitors of wine, but also of meat, fruits, ready-to-eat food, and other food products. According ... :: M. A. Winter
Subodh Kant Sahai, Union Minister for Food Processing Industries, again has stressed the need to offer tax holidays to the Food Processing industry. This time, he compared the possible benefits for the food sector with those which have been achieved by the Ind... :: Our Bureau
INTERVITIS INTERFRUCTA 2007, the international lead fair for Wine, fruit and fruit juice technologies in Stuttgart, Germany, has received approximately 40.000 trade visitors from 79 countries. 594 exhibitors have displayed their products and services on a tota... :: By M. Winter
Big Apple, the retail brand of Express Retail Services Pvt. Ltd., plans to open 200 convenience stores in the national capital and surrounding cities to cater to the urban consumers. It is the aim of the company to allow shopping even in late evenings after l... :: Our Bureau
Reliance Retail has entered the dairy sector with the launch of its liquid milk brand called Dairy Pure. The milk was test launched in Hyderabad earlier this week. Available across 43 Reliance Fresh stores in Andhra Pradesh, the liquid milk branded Relianc... :: Our Bureau
Keggfarms Pvt Ltd, breeders of the genetically enhanced 'Kuroiler' chicken, has launched a premium line of eggs called 'Keggs'. They are from specific lines of the genetically selected Keystoine Golden birds reared on vegetarian feed. "There is a huge potenti... :: Our Bureau
A quiet revolution is sweeping across the Indian milk trade, long dominated by cooperatives. Privately-owned dairies are slowly elbowing into a space thought the exclusive preserve of the non-profit cooperative movement. Though cooperatives such as Amul (Guja... :: Our Bureau
Amazon, the online book dealer, has re-entered the online food retailing business with a pilot project for fresh food delivery in Mercer Island, a Seattle suburb in the US. The online grocery business is regarded as risky. It saw already hefty bankrupt cases s... :: By M. A. Winter
drink technology + PET India have been announced to be held in November in Mumbai. The event is a combination of mainly a congress with a small exhibition for visitors from the beverage industry. Referring to Indias economic growth and the rising number of h... :: Our Bureau
Ziemann Group, based in Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart in Germany, has founded Ziemann India, a 100 percent subsidiary, with its registered office in Pune, the company has informed. Ziemann is one of the world`s leading designers and builders of brewing plants. I... :: By M. A. Winter
The rising economy of India is feasting on Australian fine food and wine. Food and beverages exports to India rose from A$115 million in 1997-98 to A$201 million in 2006-07. According to agency reports, Tim Harcourt, chief economist of Austrade, the Australia... :: Our Bureau
Prakash Kejriwal, Director of Kejriwal Bee Care India (Pvt.) Ltd. sits at his stall at anuga where he just has taken notes from the last enquirers, and smiles. On the first day itself, he got a lot of interest from buyers all over the world. Such an experience... :: By M. A. Winter
Brau Beviale 2007 has opened its doors today in Nuernberg, Germany, and will be the meeting point of the European beverage industry until 16th November. A total of 1,416 exhibitors showcase their raw materials, equipment and technologies for the beverage sect... :: By M. A. Winter
This weekend marks the start of a coming week full of events for the Indian food professional, as various organisations are holding conferences, seminars or business meets. The first event is the 3rd National Quality Conclave by the Quality Council of India, ... :: Our Bureau
Prices of lamb and chicken, the staple meat for most Indians, are slowly inching upwards on the back of demand coming from those converting from a largely vegetarian diet to an increasing portion of non-vegetarian food. Price of fish, which is a near-staple di... :: Our Bureau
Jgermeister, the German herbal liquor, is on a success tour around the world. Company Mast-Jgermeister Incorporated has just announced the figures for the last financial year 2007. According to that, the company expanded further in 2007, achieving another re... :: M. A. Winter
The Uttar Pradesh government will launch a vegetables and fruit retail chain run by the state Horticultural Cooperative Marketing Federation (HOFED). Fourteen retail outlets are likely to launched this month. Local newspapers, quoting UP officials and politic... :: Our Bureau
The emergence of modern retail in India has increased the shelf space and has provided the growing food demand a place to meet supplies, thus offering huge opportunities for food suppliers to sell their products. But is that all sufficient? Certainly not, as n... :: Our Bureau
CII was recently holding a one day Retail Conference which had the subtitle Transforming Retailing in India. The audience could listen to eminent speakers from different sectors of the Indian economy, be it retailers, restaurant chains, consulting firms, rea... :: M. A. Winter
German milk farmers, after a week of strikes and boycotts, achieved a success: discount retail chain Lidl confirmed that it would increase the retail milk price on Monday by 10 -cents per litre. Supermarket chain REWE-Group might follow that move. First dair... :: M. A. Winter
FoodIndustryIndia.com has already reported about several success stories from India. It is time, to present a German success story to the Indian and international readers: Bionade, a drink hunted nowadays by many imitators. Bionade is both the company name an... :: M. A. Winter
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is convinced that the processed food industry in India has the immense potential to be the next big Made in India story for the nation, and is therefore organizing Processed Food Advantage India 2008, India's firs... :: Our Bureau
Bharti Wal-Mart, a joint venture between Bharti Enterprises and US-based retail giant Wal-Mart stores, would commence its wholesale operations by early next year from the northern region, Bharti Wal-Mart CEO and Managing Director Raj Jain said at a CII confere... :: Our Bureau
One of the attractive food segments in India is the dairy sector which has been entered some time ago by Yakult Danone India Pvt. Ltd., an Indian joint venture of giant Danone group from France with Japans Yakult. FII spoke to Shefali Sapra, General Manager, ... :: FII-Reporter
PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi has announced that PepsiCo would invest USD 500 million in its India operations over the next three years to triple revenues over the next five years. These investments would be spread over manufacturing capacity, market in... :: Our Bureau
The Indian food market continues to grow and also Annapoorna World of Food India trade fair, which will be held from 13th to 15th November 2008 in Mumbai, will have more participants this year. Approximately 180 suppliers from 14 countries, including joint... :: Our Bureau
IFE-India 2008, the three day food and wine show which was held recently in Delhi, has in fact become a wine show, a fact which the organizers even highlight themselves in one of their rare media releases. The show which had about 225 exhibitors (according to... :: M. A. Winter
The Government of India will form an Investment Promotion Agency to promote foreign investment (FDI) in India, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry informed. The new non-profit company under the name "Invest India was proposed by the Department of Industria... :: Our Bureau
The last week of October witnessed the Bordeaux Wine Master Class by LEcole du Vin de Bordeaux, a sort of wine college, in three major cities New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai. The campaign was organised by Sopexa India and financed with the assistance of the E... :: FII-Reporter
France has offered expertise and technology to help India develop its food processing sector when Anne-Marie Idrac, French Foreign Trade Minister, was on a 4 day visit to India in October. "The Indian agro-food shows huge potential that had yet to be tapped",... :: Our Bureau
From 2nd to 4th December 2009 the International Food & Drink Expo India will take place at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Organiser Taurus Group of UK has informed that exhibitors from around the world are expected, countries include Australia, Austria, Italy, Fr... :: Our Bureau
Heineken N.V., one of the largest brewers in the world, has just announced a new shareholders agreement with Dr. Vijay Mallya and United Breweries Limited (UBL) and agreed the key terms for the brewing and distribution of the Heineken brand in India. Heinek... :: Our Bureau
Representatives of nearly 40 nations will participate in the 10th World Spice Congress scheduled to be held in New Delhi during Feb 3 to 5, 2010. The theme of the 10th Congress is Global Concerns .... Indias response. The World Spice Congress is a bi-annu... :: Our Bureau
Nestl has agreed to acquire Kraft Foods' frozen pizza business in the US and Canada for USD 3.7 billion in cash. The business includes brands such as DiGiorno, Tombstone, California Pizza Kitchen, Jacks and Delissio. This frozen pizza business would provide ... :: Our Bureau
The Government has taken necessary steps to rationalize and simplify the tax structure for the food processing industry, the Mnistry for Food Processing Industries has informed. The tax benefits are for companies in the business of processing, preserving and p... :: Our Bureau
US soft drinks giant Coca-Cola takes control of bottling in its important home market. The company has announced plans to acquire the North American operations of its largest bottler, Coca-Cola Enterprises, in a deal worth more than 12 billion dollars. Part ... :: Our Bureau
National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC) should launch a special and concerted effort to augment storage capacity in the cooperative sector and promote the development of cold storage infrastructure throughout the country in the coming year. This is... :: Our Bureau
Once in a while, the Government of India issues a document which combines all earlier regulations about FDI (foreign direct investment) in various sectors. So the new doc from this April clarifies again that FDI is most welcome in areas like floriculture, hort... :: M. A. Winter
A Pink Revolution is at the doorstep which will catapult the meat and poultry processing sector of India to great heights. This is the estimate which has been given by Minister of Food Processing Industries Subodh Kant Sahai, while inaugurating the National ... :: Our Bureau
The Indian food sector is on the agenda of the Indian industry associations: whereas ASSOCHAM has already announced an international summit to woo investors for the Indian food sector, will CII organise an international buyer-seller meet to provide Indian comp... :: Our Bureau
The Government has taken necessary steps to rationalize and simplify the tax structure for the food processing industry, the Ministry of Food Processing has informed. On the Income Tax side, 100% tax exemption is available for the first five assessment years ... :: Our Bureau
France's Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, Mr Bruno Le Maire, on his recent visit to India stressed on having a long term commitment in the Indian Agriculture and Food processing sector, thus doubling the trade between the two countries from US $ 6... :: Our Bureau
The third edition of the International Hospitality Fair (IHF) opened today at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. It will be on until Saturdy, 23. October. The event, which is organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is supported by the Ministry of To... :: Our Bureau
Paris is once again the host to its very own Chocolate Show Salon du Chocolat, according to the oganizer the largest expo dedicated to chocolate which was first organized in 1994. The sweet event, which is open from October 28th to November 1st, 2010, is sh... :: Our Bureau
There has been a major shift in food habits in the metropolitan cities, as about 86% of households prefer to have instant food (canned, instant mixes, baked, pasta, etc.). Reasons are the steep rise in dual income level and standard of living, convenience, inf... :: Our Bureau
Olam International Limited, a leading global, integrated supply chain manager and processor of agricultural products and food ingredients, has announced that it has agreed to acquire 100% shareholding of Hemarus Industries Limited (HIL) with its 3,500 tons c... :: Our Bureau
The Tamil Nadu Technology Development & Promotion Center of CII and National Research Centre on Meat (NRCM) are jointly organizing Meat Tech 2012, one day Conference on Meat Processing Technologies on 8th June 2012 at Hotel ITC Park Sheraton, Chennai, India. ... :: Our Bureau
TNTDPC (Tamil Nadu Technology Development & Promotion Center) is organizing a Mission to Thailand on Functional Foods during 6-7th September 2012 to explore the possibilities of business and technology tie-ups under the ASEAN INDIA Science & Technology Develo... :: Our Bureau