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After chutney cheese, Parag Milk Foods launches kaccha aam, shezwan and achari cheese

October 20, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on After chutney cheese, Parag Milk Foods launches kaccha aam, shezwan and achari cheese | FOOD & GROCERY | ,

Parag Milk Foods, marketers of dairy-based branded foods in India, have recently launched four new flavours in Cheese slices – Piri Piri, Achari, Schezwan and Kacha aam that will be available across all metro cities and urban centres in India…READ MORE

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Mad Over Donuts to introduce new range, focus on home deliveries

October 20, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on Mad Over Donuts to introduce new range, focus on home deliveries | FOOD & GROCERY | ,

Singapore-based Mad Over Donuts (MOD) is introducing a range of waffles and cookies in its menu by November and is focusing on home deliveries to boost sales amidst staggering sales…READ MORE

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Burger chains keeping prices in check

October 19, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on Burger chains keeping prices in check | FOOD SERVICE |

If it’s true that QSR burger chains are holding down prices, they’re being smart. The NPD Group last month released data showing a decline in lunch traffic, especially at fast-casual concepts (where lunch is down 9% vs. a yea ago), due in part to consumer push-back on rising prices…READ MORE

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CP Foods buys majority stake in UK foodservice supplier Foodfellas

October 19, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on CP Foods buys majority stake in UK foodservice supplier Foodfellas | FOOD SERVICE | , ,

Thai food giant Charoen Pokphand Foods has bought a majority stake in UK foodservice supplier Foodfellas. The deal, worth GBP12.3m (US$15.1m), has been struck through the company’s CP Foods UK arm. Charoen Pokphand Foods has acquired a 60% stake in Foodfellas, a business that imports and distributes food including meat, bread, potatoes and avocados to more than 160 customers in the UK…READ MORE

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Foodservice: An opportunity for manufacturers

October 19, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on Foodservice: An opportunity for manufacturers | FOOD SERVICE |

Food and drink manufacturers could boost sales by targeting the £56.5bn foodservice market as more people eat outside the home, said Shore Capital’s head of research Clive Black…READ MORE

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Unilever admits to new competition in Patanjali

October 19, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on Unilever admits to new competition in Patanjali | FOOD & GROCERY | , ,

Unilever, the parent of India’s largest consumer goods firm Hindustan Unilever (HUL), has for the first time acknowledged competition in the herbal segment in the country and said the company has been launching products in the “natural” space to fight it…READ MORE

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What makes DMart public offer so special

October 19, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on What makes DMart public offer so special | FOOD & GROCERY | ,

ET Intelligence Group: Investors are eagerly waiting the IPO of Avenue Supermarts, which runs the most profitable supermarkets chain in the organised segment under the brand DMart. Not only is it the first IPO in the country’s retail sector since 2007, but its promoter Radhakishan Damani, is considered the guru of markets. The company has recently filed the draft red herring prospectus (DRHP) with markets regulator Sebi…READ MORE

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Food delivery company Runnr hires for top deck as TinyOwl founders exit

October 19, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on Food delivery company Runnr hires for top deck as TinyOwl founders exit | FOOD SERVICE | , ,

Food-delivery company Runnr has strengthened its top management with hires from companies including Facebook and Uber, as it looks to fight larger players Swiggy and Zomato Order in a highly competitive business. Runnr was formed following the merger of two high profile startups —RoadRunnr and TinyOwl…READ MORE

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Can Dr Oetkar taste success in Indian market?

October 19, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on Can Dr Oetkar taste success in Indian market? | FOOD & GROCERY | ,

Dr Oetkar, the world’s biggest frozen pizza maker, is introducing Indians to the wonders of mayo, but can the category become bigger than ketchup, like it is in other parts of the world?READ MORE

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Bengali sweets Sarpuria, Sarbhaja may get GI tag

October 18, 2016 |by indiafood forum | Comments Off on Bengali sweets Sarpuria, Sarbhaja may get GI tag | FOOD SERVICE |

West Bengal government is set to claim geographical indication (GI) tag for their famous sweet dishes Sarpuria and Sarbhaja, which they say have originated in the Krishnanagar, an important cultural centre in Nadia district of the state…READ MORE

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